ISLAMABAD: The per unit power cost has been brought down by Rs 2.28 for a month
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority stated that the power tariffs have been revised due to fuel adjustment.
Consumers will get a relief of Rs 15 billion by the cost reduction, according to Nepra.
The revised rates will not be applicable on K-Electric customers and people consuming electricity less than 300 units.
Meanwhile, the residents of Kemari area are protesting against K-Electric over prolonged power outages.
The protesters blocked the road due to which a massive traffic jam took place.