NEPRA Reduces Per Unit Electricity Price By Rs. 2.49
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has reduced per unit electricity price by 2.49 rupees in the fuel adjustment for the month of July.
NEPRA approves Electric Power Regulation 2016
After approval of power regulation 2016 by National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), production companies would be able to sell electricity to other companies in abundance, reported Dunya News on Thursday.
NEPRA grants 30MW power generation licence to RYK Mills
NEPRA granted power generation licence to Rahim Yar Khan Mills Limited (RYKML) for its bagasse-based generation facility located at Junpur. The proposed generation facility would have installed capacity of 30 Megawatts (MW).
NEPRA raises power tariff by 43 paisas a unit
NEPRA has notified increase in power tariff by 43 paisas per unit. As per NEPRA, cost of reference fuel remained Rs7.49 for the month of July while the electricity was sold to the consumers costing Rs10.23 billion during this month.
Islamabad, Oslo agree to enhance energy cooperation
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif discussed enhancing bilateral energy co-operation with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg at the United Nations Headquarters, where the Pakistani leader is attending the annual General Assembly session.
Cost of Nandipur Power Project skyrockets to Rs84 billion
Amid heavy criticism, the cost of the Rs27 billion Nandipur Power Project is now a staggering Rs84bn, making it the most expensive power project in Pakistan.
Partnership: Dutch government offers to light up Pakistan
Embassy of Netherlands in Islamabad has expressed its desire to collaborate in providing alternate-energy solutions to marginalized communities, living in off grid areas. In this regard, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Buksh Foundation (BF) and the Netherlands Embassy.
Rs2.94/litre cut in petrol price approved
The government approved a reduction of Rs.2.94 in per litre price of petrol. Ministry of Petroleum gave the approval following a summary moved by the OGRA which recommended a slight cut in per litre rates of petroleum products for October.
Higher UFG level: ECC seeks views on shifting Rs49b burden
The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) has directed the petroleum ministry to seek views on the impact of the proposed shift of Rs49-billion burden onto gas consumers on investigations into the OGRA scandal being conducted by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).