Electricity tariff increased by Rs 5.89 per unit

BusinessElectricity tariff increased by Rs 5.89 per unit

ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Monday notified Rs 5.89 per unit increase in electricity tariff for domestic consumers using power from 201 to 300 units.

The consumers utilizing electricity up to 200 units would be exempted from this increase.


Under the new tariff, those consuming 201 to 300 units per month will have to pay Rs 5.89 per unit as compared to the current tariff of Rs 8.11 per unit.

In the same way, Rs 3.67 per unit has been increased for the consumers using 301 to 700 units. They have to pay Rs 16 per unit instead of Rs 12.33.

Consumers using 701 and more units per month will pay Rs 2.93 per unit more. For them per unit rate will be Rs 18 instead of Rs 15.01.

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