The Central Power Purchasing Agency has made these recommendations to NEPRA to increase power tariff in fuel adjustment charges for August.
ISLAMABAD: (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News-Sept 29th, 2022) The Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) on Thursday suggestes the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) to increase the power tariff by Rs0.22 per unit in fuel adjustment charges for August.
The CPPA said that 38.10% of electricity in August was produced while using hydraulic power, 15.39% by coal while 7.27% of electricity was produced using furnace oil. It said that 12.49% was produced by RLNG, 13.34% by Nuclear power plants, and 9.36% by using local gas.
According to the application moved by CPPO, a total of 13.638 billion units of electricity were produced in August. It revealed that the average production cost for August was Rs10.11 per unit and the reference fuel cost was set at Rs9.89.