Faisalabad Electrical Supplies Company is a semi-government-owned organization that provides electricity to commercial and residential areas. Customers are billed on a one-off basis. We will be discussing unit prices in FESCO invoices for 2020 and 2021. These rates and rates have changed over time.
Invoices are divided into several subtypes. The unit rate varies. Types include residential, commercial, general, industrial, and temporary tariffs. Each of these types has a different unit cost. In addition, the unit price changes as the units increase.
You might think that FESCO officials are doing something corrupt, which leads to an increase in your score. There are certain times of the day. At this critical time, the stakes are extremely high. This means that you will pay more per unit of consumption.
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FESCO Peak Hours
PEAK / OFF PEAK TIMINGS
Dec to Feb
5 PM to 9 PM
Remaining 20 hours
Mar to May
6 PM to 10 PM
Jun to Aug
7 PM to 11 PM
Sep to Nov
6 PM to 10 PM
FESCO bill prices for 2020 and 2021
Before we continue, let me talk about the ideal time of the year. Let’s do it from December to February, our hours are from 17:00 to 21:00. From March to May peak hours are from 18:00 to 22:00. From June to August peak hours are from 7 am to 11 pm. From September to November the opening hours are from 6 am to 10 pm.
General prices for supplies for residents
When using power supplies below 5 kV, the prices are as follows
for the first 100 units, unit price 13.85 from 101 to 200 units, unit price from 15.86 201 to 300 units, unit price from 16.83 from 301 to 700 units, unit price 18, 54 For more than 700 units, the unit price is 20.94
In addition to these fees, there are other fees that are included in the price. These fees are NEPRA variable, applicable variable compensation, and government support.
Total commercial supply price
When using a power supply less than 5 kW, the rate is 19.26 per unit. In addition, there are NEPRA fees and variable fees. Similarly, for deliveries over 5 kV, the unit rate is 18.01. There are 400 flat compensation, variable fees, NEPRA fees, and government support.
General supply prices in the industrial sector
Prices are based on kilowatt-hours. If we set it to 25-kilowatt hours, the unit price is 18.32. in addition to NEPRA duty 17.9, variable compensation of 15.28 applies.
For 25-500 kW, the unit rate is 15.79 plus fixed charges, NEPRA charges, and variable charges.
Prices for temporary supplies
If you need temporary electricity, LESCO will also offer you. Residents will be charged a fee of Rs 20.84 per unit in addition to Rs 18.15 for the NEPRA fee and 20.84 applicable flat fees. On the one hand, commercially it is NEPRA, with an applied fee of 18.39 per unit.
In addition, for temporary industrial supplies, the NEPRA charge and applicable charge are 16.36 per unit. Subsidies were also provided by the state.