Our Staff Reporter ISLAMABAD -Rejecting to approve the advance mobilisation charges for the Aggreko Rental Power Plant sought by the Karachi Electric Supply Company, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has directed the company not to include it in the coming tariff adjustment. Sources in Nepra privy to the development informed that the KESC requested the Nepra to approve Rs 10 crore under the head advance mobilisation charges and further Rs 7 crore and 70 lakh under custom duty. The KESC in this desperate bid was all set to collect this hefty amount from the over burdened power consumers. They informed that Rs 17 crore and 70 lakh was not the part of capacity charges, operation and repairing for Karachi Citys first rental power plant the Aggreko Rental Power Plant so this massive amount could not be the part of tariff adjustment. The KESC had paid Rs 10 crore in advance to the Aggreko Rental Power Plant during 2008, sources said, adding, that Nepra has advised the KESC to not include the above said heavy amount in coming tariff adjustment.