Consumers are likely to get a reimbursement of around Rs.1.80 for each unit of electricity they used in the month of October, 2015, under monthly fuel charges adjustment.

According to Central Power Purchase Agency data, due to generating less electricity through expensive source (diesel), the per unit cost came down from  benchmark price of Rs.7.3369, to Rs. 5.52.

Under monthly fuel price adjustment the difference between the reference fuel charges and actual cost is passed on to consumers.

According to statistics submitted by CPPA, 8297 GWh electricity was produced at  a cost of Rs. 38092.80 million.

After line losses the actual energy delivered to Discos was 8107.76, worth Rs. 44,772.53 Million.

In energy mix, hydel contribution was 30 percent, High Speed Diesel contributed 2 percent, while Furnace oil and gas share were 31 and 32.81 percent respectively.

The final decision will be taken in the public hearing scheduled on December 01. tge reduction will be for Ex-wapda distribution companies only.