ISLAMABAD - Karachites would find a relief in per unit of electricity as the National Electric and Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has finally approved reduction in the tariff of Karachi Electric Supply Company up to Rs0.37/kwh under head monthly fuel adjustment.  Acting Chairman Nepra Ghiyasud Din gave this approval while conducting hearing on the applications submitted by the Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) seeking monthly fuel adjustment over using electricity during the months of July and August. The Nepra has given its approval to provide relief to the consumers by decreasing Rs0.07/kwh in the KESC tariff over utilising electricity in July while Rs0.37/kwh cut in tariff of the company over using electricity in the month of August.Sources aware of the development further informed that KESC in its application to the regulatory authority (Nepra) had declared the sale of one billion, 50 crores and eighty lakh units to the consumers in July so a reduced fuel cost by Rs 10Crore and 50 Lakh recorded during this span of time. The company had also asked in its plea that one billion, forty crores and seventy Lakh units of electricity were sale out to the KESC consumers and fuel cost reduced by Rs 51Crores and 70Lakh.It is pertinent to mention here that the KESC in its applications to the Nepra had asked to the authority (Nepra) to pass on the impact of reduced fuel cost to the KESC consumers. The Nepra, however, could not take decision on the monthly fuel adjustments of June. But, a relief to the Karachites is likely in their monthly electricity bills of November.