Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Electricity Prices to Surge, Consumers May Face 49 Billion Rupee Burden

A setback for electricity consumers as distribution companies have requested a hike of 5.62 rupees per unit, adding a burden of 49 billion rupees on consumers nationwide.

NEPRA had previously increased electricity prices by 4.13 rupees per unit in the monthly adjustment for November, and now a hearing will determine whether further price hikes will be implemented.

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According to government guidelines, the three-month adjustment will also apply to electricity consumers.

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Muhammad Yasir
Muhammad Yasir
Muhammad Yasir is an online content editor and senior journalist with fifteen years of experience in the field. He specializes in business, telecommunications, finance, and technology sectors. Muhammad Yasir has fulfilled senior reporter duties for both National English and Urdu.

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