KE revises bills of Non-ToU residential consumers

The revised bills will be available from August 26

Our Correspondent August 26, 2022


Following the notification released by the Ministry of Energy, Government of Pakistan (GoP) about the modification of the June Fuel Charges Adjustment (FCA), K-Electric will facilitate ‘Non Time-of-Use’ (Non-ToU) residential consumers, with revised electricity bills for the month of August who have electricity consumption of equal to or less than 200 units.

The revised bills will be available from August 26. Agricultural customers in KE territory are also eligible under the government’s FCA relief.

For the convenience of pertinent consumers, the bill due date for August bills has also been extended to August 30.

The Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Sadia Dada said, “It is important to note that as per the notification, the relief and due date extension is only for those Non-ToU residential consumers who have a power consumption equal to or less than 200 units.”

KE takes action against ‘miscreants’

The power utility in a statement said reports of a few violent protests emerged in parts of the city on Thursday against K-Electric in which staff members were tortured and properties of the company were badly damaged. Warning about stern action against violent attacks, KE Spokesperson said, “While we respect citizens’ right to peaceful protest, some miscreants are using it as an opportunity to instigate violence and create a law and order situation in the city.” As many as five FIRs have been lodged by KE and CCTV footages have been shared with the law enforcement authorities.


Published in The Express Tribune, August 26th, 2022.


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