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WAPDA Electricity Rates In Pakistan 2023

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Originally posted on 14-November-2022 @ 6:28 PM

Last Updated on (4-January-2023)

With the high inflation rate in Pakistan, every citizen is concerned about the WAPDA electricity rates. Also, People want to know what is the price of 1 unit of electricity in Pakistan and the rate of electricity per unit. If you also want to get the answers to these questions, then this article is for you.

This article will share the WAPDA electricity rates, including the price of 1 unit of electricity in Pakistan.

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When you search for Pakistan electricity unit price 2023, you can find a dozen articles sharing tariffs of different regions of Pakistan such as LESCO, MEPCO, IESCO, etc. But all of these articles contain so much dense information that an ordinary person can not comprehend.

That’s why we are going to make this article short by sharing only necessary information about WAPDA electricity rates in Pakistan 2023.

WAPDA Electricity Rates In Pakistan

The electricity unit price in Pakistan is the same for all regions. The cost of electricity is Rs 3.95/unit for up to 50 units, Rs 7.74/unit for 50 to 100 units; Rs 10.06 for 100 to 200 units, and Rs 12.15 for over 200 units.

Below is the detailed overview of electricity unit price in Pakistan today 28 January 2023.

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Electricity Unit Price in Pakistan Today 28 January 2023

The electricity unit price in Pakistan today for domestic or residential consumers are given as under:

UnitPer Unit Price
first 50 Units3.95
first 100 Units7.74
101-200 Units 10.06
201-300 Units12.15
301-700 units19.55
Above 700 Units22.65

WAPDA Peak Hours 2023

WAPDA peak hours are usually some specific hours in a day when electricity usage gets at its peak, and due to the demand and supply gap, prices for 1 unit go a slight bit increases. Typically, peak hours are considered between 5 PM to 11 PM.

PEAK / OFF-PEAK TIMINGS

Below are the Peak and Off-Peak Hours details, along with months and timings.

SeasonPeak TimingOff-Peak Timing
Dec to Feb5 PM to 9 PMRemaining 20 hours
Mar to May6 PM to 10 PM-do-
June to Aug7 PM to 11 PM-do-
Sep to Nov6 PM to 10 PM-do-

We have shared Pakistan’s domestic electricity unit rates for January 2023. These rates might increase or decrease in the coming time as they constantly fluctuate.

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