Consumers who use more than 300 units from December 1 will have to pay the increased cost of electricity
ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) on Friday increased the tariff on electricity by Rs0.26 per unit.
A notification was issued by the ministry of power, energy division after the authority's approval.
The increased tariff will come into effect for consumers who have used more than 300 units of electricity from December 1.
In September this year, NEPRA had allowed the government to increase the power tariff by Rs0.53 per unit. As per the IMF agreement, the government is bound to increase power tariff under quarterly adjustment.