ISLAMABAD - An inter-provincial meeting chaired by Minister for Water and Power Syed Naveed Qamar on Friday reviewed the implementation status of the second energy conference. The provinces showed their willingness on the proposal of five working days in a week and officially notify the decision soon. It is said that the move will help save 700 MW of electricity.Qamar also asked the ministry for submitting a revised Electricity Act 1910 with the major punishment on power theft, as decided in the energy conference, at the next meeting of Council of Common Interests for approval.The meeting was briefed that a plan of an equitable loadshedding was being executed in the major cities and industrial sector while keeping in view the daily demand and supply situation. The provinces were requested to finalise and implement the rest of the recommendation, like closure of commercial establishment at 8 pm to save 250 MW daily.The minister directed the National Power Control Centre to share the power generation, demand and supply data along with the load management plan to the provinces on daily basis in order to take provincial authorities on board on the subject.The meeting was briefed on the current supply and demand situation and load management schedule. It was told that maximum relief was being passed on to the industrial-dedicated feeders that were being provided with un-interrupted supply.The meeting was told that the Nepra had been asked to increase the lifeline consumer slab to 100 units, while the decision regarding disconnection power supply to the billboards was being implemented along with alternate switching of streetlights.Earlier, the provincial representatives gave a briefing on the current loadshedding in their respective province and expressed their point of view. The meeting also discussed implementation on other decisions of the energy conference like installation of pre-paid meters by the Discos in the federal and provincial offices, replacement of florescent bulbs with CFLs and payment of outstanding dues by the provinces.