ISLAMABAD – The Central Energy Buying Company (CPPA) has sought a rise of Rs4.75 per unit within the energy tariff within the wake of gas worth adjustment.
CPPA has despatched an utility to the Nationwide Electrical Energy Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), which is prone to announce the choice right now (Tuesday).
In October, 23.26% of electrical energy was produced from hydropower, 16.69% from coal, 10.88% from furnace oil and 0.51% from imported diesel, it stated in its utility.
It added that the price of electrical energy generated from the furnace oil was Rs 22.21 per unit within the month.
If the applying is permitted, it might put an extra burden of Rs60 billion on electrical energy customers.
Earlier this month, NEPRA elevated the electrical energy tariff by Rs2.52 per unit on account of the gas price adjustment for September 2021.