You should be aware of the high cost of power in Pakistan as well as the price per unit. Depending on the province in which you reside, the cost of power per unit can change. The divisional electric supply companies that operate in the provinces of Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, and KPK offer power at various prices.
Pakistan’s energy supply is governed and managed by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA). NEPARA sets and recommends the electricity supply rate to the Pakistani government. The section on bill computation contains information regarding the cost of energy per unit. Power and water resources in Pakistan are under the control of WAPDA. Water and electricity are jointly managed by WAPDA in Pakistan.
Domestic electricity costs per unit can range from Rs. 2 to Rs. 25, depending on the category. However, a rate revision for all categories—commercial, industrial, and agricultural—has just been announced for March 2023.
Electricity Per Unit Price In Pakistan
Today 31st August 2023
|Household, kWh||Business, kWh|
Domestic Connection Per Unit Rate
The price change is directly impacted by the number of units consumed. Each range of units has a set price.
|Number of Units||Rate per 1 Unit (kWh)||Updated On|
|1-50||Rs. 4.81||31st August 2023|
|1-100||Rs. 7.87||31st August 2023|
|101-200||Rs. 10.54||31st August 2023|
|201-300||Rs. 12.89||31st August 2023|
|301-700||Rs. 21.88||31st August 2023|
|More Then 700||Rs. 24.93||31st August 2023|