Electricity becomes more expensive for Karachi
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The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has approved the increase in the electricity price for Karachi-Electric (KE) consumers.
According to the statement, NEPRA Chairman Tauseef H Farooqui Tuesday heard the case of the second quarter adjustment of the financial year 2022-23 for the fuel charges of January.
The NEPRA statement issued here on Tuesday said that K-Electric had submitted a request for a reduction of Rs7.36 per unit and an increase of Rs2.70 per unit.
According to the analysis of the NEPRA data, the increase in the January FCA amount is Rs1.71 per unit which will apply only to March bills.
It further stated that the FCA will be applicable to all customers of K-Electric except Lifeline and electric vehicle charging stations.