Latest update September 24th, 2016 10:04 AM
Jan 28, 2016
ISLAMABAD: Central Power Purchase Agency (CPPA) on Wednesday sent a request to The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) to reduce the electricity tariff by Rs2.64 per unit.
According to details, the request has been made for the month of December.
The plea states that 6,363,800,000 units of electricity were sold in December.
The CPPA representatives explained that the regulator had set a reference fuel price of Rs8.10 per unit for October, but the actual cost stood at Rs5.45, requiring a Rs2.64 per unit cut in tariff.
The hearing on CPPA plea will be conducted by Nepra on February 2.
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