Thatta/Jhimpir: November 30th, 2022 Two new 110MW wind power plants inaugurated in Jhimpir

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Federal Power Minister, Khurram Dastgir Khan, has said that every new wind power project launched in the Gharo-Jhimpir corridor of Sindh is a step forward towards achieving the national goal of producing cheaper and clean electricity through indigenous energy sources.The Federal Power Minister stated this on Wednesday after formally inaugurating two new wind energy projects in the Jhimpir area i.e.…

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Rs0.32 tariff cut on cards

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The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Tuesday indicated a power tariff reduction of Rs0.32 per unit on account of fuel cost adjustment for October 2022. The regulator conducted a public hearing to consider a proposed reduction in tariff and said that the consumers of all power distribution companies would get a relief of Rs3.3 billion. Nepra said that…

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KE’s tariff increased by Rs3.21 per unit

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The government on Tuesday approved a subsidy of Rs3.6 per unit for agriculture tube wells but increased tariff rate by Rs3.21 per unit for K-Electric’s (KE) residential consumers, in a move that shows hard choices between populist measures and meeting International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) requirements. The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet that took these decisions also allowed imposition…

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CPEC Projects Offer Low-Cost Electricity

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China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) energy projects have improved the electricity sector in Pakistan and contributed to economic growth by increasing power supply with high efficiency and at lower cost, remarked Tauseef H Farooqi, said Chairman of National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra). According to Farooqui, total installed capacity of CPEC energy projects, including that of coal, wind, solar and hydroelectric…

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