Electricity Per Unit Price in Pakistan 2022 | Today Bijli Rate

Electricity Per Unit Price in Pakistan 2023 | Today Bijli Rate

The cost of electricity is high in Pakistan, and you should be aware of how much it costs per unit. The electricity per unit price can vary depending on the province where you live. In Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and KPK provinces, there are divisional electric supply companies that provide electricity at different rates.

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), Pakistan’s electricity supply is regulated and controlled by NEPRA. The rate of electricity supplied to the government of Pakistan is determined and advised by NEPARA. You may see the per unit cost of energy we provide information about in the bill calculation section. In Pakistan, WAPDA is the Incharge of power and water resources. WAPDA manages both electricity and water supplies in Pakistan.

Depending on the category, domestic electricity prices per unit can be as cheap as Rs. 2 or as expensive as Rs. 25 . However, a Revision of rates has been recently announced in March 2023 for all categories i.e commercial, industrial and agricultural.

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Electricity Per Unit Price In Pakistan

Today 2nd October 2023

Electricity Prices
Household, kWh Business, kWh
 Pakistan Rupee 13.080 41.900

Domestic Connection Per Unit Rate

The consumption of units directly affects the price change. There is a fixed price for each unit range.

Number of UnitsRate per 1 Unit (kWh)Updated On
1-50 Rs. 4.812nd October 2023
1-100Rs. 7.872nd October 2023
101-200Rs. 10.542nd October 2023
201-300Rs. 12.892nd October 2023
301-700Rs. 21.882nd October 2023
More Then 700 Rs. 24.932nd October 2023

Commercial Connection Per Unit Rate

Load TypeRate per Unit (kWh)
Updated On
Less than 5kW loadRs. 21.802nd October 2023
More than 5kW loadRs. 25.262nd October 2023

electricity per unit price or rate in pakistan

Nepra Electricity Price News March 2023:

The National Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) approved an increase of Rs 9.90 per unit in the monthly FPA fuel charges adjustment for June during a public hearing on July 28th.
This change was requested by CPPA (Central Power Purchasing Agency Guarantee Limited) and will take effect in June 2022 according to Nepra’s recent notification.

According to Nepra, customers were charged Rs 7.91 in May for only one month. In March, FCA customers will give Rs 1.99 more compared to May FCA .
This rate won’t apply to bills from prior months, all Disco customers (except Lifeline and K Electric), but it will not be applicable to Lifeline or K Electric customers at all.

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K-Electric Electricity Price News March 2023:

The people of Karachi are not going to be happy with this news. K Electric has requested Nepra for approval to increase the price of electricity by Rs. 11.37 per unit. The reason for the request is due to fuel inflation in June. If approved, this would mean a large increase in electric bills for consumers.

Structure of Electricity prices in Pakistan:

The structure of electricity per unit price as follows:

  1. Electric Supply Company Charges
    • Cost of Units Consumed as per unit rate
    • Meter rent (not applicable to everyone)
    • Service rent (not applicable to everyone)
    • Fuel Price Adjustment
    • C Surcharge
    • R Surcharge
    • QTR Tarrif ADJ/DMC
  2. Government Charges
    • Electricity Duty
    • TV Fee
    • General Sales Tax (GST)

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Electricity Bill Calculation in Pakistan:

If you have a domestic connection, calculating your monthly bill is easy. You just need to know the number of electricity units you use per month.

Check Electricity Bill Online:

The easiest way to check your electricity bill is through a mobile application. You can get a duplicate bill online anytime by simply entering your reference number into the app.

How to Check Electricity Bill Online | Pay Electricity Bills

  • MEPCO – Multan Electric Power Company
  • LESCO – Lahore Electric Supply Company
  • GEPCO – Gujranwala Electric Power Company
  • FESCO – Faisalabad Electric Supply Company
  • IESCO – Islamabad Electric Supply Company
  • PESCO – Peshawar Electric Supply Company
  • HESCO – Hyderabad Electric Supply Company
  • SEPCO – Sukkur Electric Power Company
  • QESCO – Quetta Electric Supply Company
  • TESCO – Tribal Areas Electric Supply Company

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How many kWh is a unit?

A unit of electricity is normally equal to 1 kilowatt-hour (kWh). This is basically the standard unit of measurement for electricity consumption and is used by utilities to measure and bill for the electricity that a customer uses.

One unit of electricity is equal to the amount of electricity required to power a 1,000 watt appliance for one hour. So, if you have a 100 watt light bulb that is turned on for 10 hours, you would have used 1 unit of electricity (100 watts * 10 hours = 1,000 watt-hours = 1 kWh).

3 thoughts on “Electricity Per Unit Price in Pakistan 2023 | Today Bijli Rate”

  1. ASRAR AHMED Qureshi

    Asslam o Alykum
    please let me know , my domestic meter shows the consumption of 248 unit for the month of june 2023 , the bill is Rs .22/ unit , what is this ?
    I am form Muzaffarbad AJK .

  2. Thanks for the information. Electricity prices increasing on daily basis which is not good for the economic situation of Pakistan.

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