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Five ways to bring down your electricity bill

Electricity has become a critical necessity in our lives. However, as the global discourse evolves on the usage of efficient and cleaner sources of generating this electricity, and the impact…

Inflated electricity bills

For a good 68 percent of the population that has access to electricity in Pakistan, the monthly electricity bill has been full of surprises. They find it difficult to comprehend…

A plan for electricity prices

There is a new government in place. Similar to previous governments, this one also does not have any plan in place to arrest economic stagnation, and move towards any modicum…

Renewable electricity revolution

Pakistan has the potential to double its electrical power generation per capita within three to five years and simultaneously achieve stable and reduced electricity prices. The country’s entire national electricity…

Power bills and public anger

The usual jargon was issued by the Prime Minister’s Office on 27, Sunday, after an inconclusive emergent meeting was called in the aftermath of violent street protests in several cities…

Bills: repenting for the sins of others

Jolted by the severe backlash against highly inflated power bills resulting in protests across the country joined by political parties and businesses, the government scrambled to address the situation. One…

Doing away with GST on electricity?

It is already happening what was expected. People have come out against rising electricity bills. Protests may convert into anarchy. Does government have some immediate remedy? Although, problems are of…

Legal basis for uniform electricity tariff

For the end consumer in Pakistan, the current tariff structure is uniform throughout the country. Still, it distinguishes between residential, commercial, industrial, agriculture, and customer categories. It is further divided…