You can check the latest WAPDA (IESCO, LESCO, SEPCO, PESCO, QESCO, GEPCO, TESCO), K-Electric, WASA, Sui Gas (SNPL, SSGC), or CDA Bill on this website in less than a minute on your Mobile Phone, Laptop Computer, Desktop Computer, or Tablet.
The only thing you need is a fourteen 14-digit Reference Number ( and in the case of the K-Electric 13 Digit Account Number, in the case of WASA 8 Digit Consumer Code, and in the case of CDA 10 Digits Consumer No ).
Note: If Your Electricity Bill Is More Than Rs.25,000/= Then You Must Deposit It In Your Near Bank Branch.
یوٹیلیٹی بل چاہے واپڈا کا ہو یا واسا یا سوئی گیس یا کے-الیکڑک اکثر ایک دن پہلے یا جمع کروانے والی تاریخ کو ملتا ہے ایسے میں بل جمع کروانا آدمی کو پریشان کر دیتا ہے۔ کبھی کبھی بل گم بھی ہو جاتا ہے یا پھٹ جاتا ہے تو ایسے میں محکمہ کے دفتر جا کہ دوسرا بل حاصل کرنا بہت کٹھن کام ہے ۔ دوسرا وقت اور پیسہ بھی خرچ ہوتا ہے ۔ لیکن اب آپ کی یہ پریشانی ہوئی ختم
اب آپ سکون سے آن لائن گھر بیٹھے اپنا بل حاصل کر سکتے ہیں اور کسی بھی پریشانی سے بچ سکتے ہیں۔ بل انفو ڈاٹ پی کے کی ویب ساَئیٹ سے کچھ ہی لحموں میں اپنا تازہ ترین بل حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔
اب آپ آن لائن دنیا میں کسی جگہ بیٹھے اپنا بل اپنے ڈیسک ٹاپ کمپیوٹر، لیپ ٹاپ یا سمارٹ فون موبائیل پرچیک کر سکتے ہیں اور کسی بھی پریشانی سے بچ سکتے ہیں۔ آپ یہاں واپڈا کی تمام کپمینیوں جیسے پیسکو، میپکو ، سیپکو ۔ لیسکو , ہیسکو ، فیسکو اور قیسکو کےبجلی کے بل کے علاوہ پی ٹی سی ایل فون اور ایو ، کے الیکڑک ، واسا اور سی ڈی اے کے بل بھی دیکھ سکتے ہیں۔
ایسکوڈوپلیکیٹ بل دسمبر2023 حاصل کرنے کا طریقہ
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How To Take Print of WAPDA, IESCO Bill Online Copy Of December 2023| 2023 دسمبر
To check your latest IESCO Bill online, you need fourteen 14 digits “ Reference No ”. Keep it in your diary, mobile, or computer from where you can access it easily. Following is the step-by-step procedure for checking and printing a copy of your latest IESCO bill online:
1- Carefully Enter your “Reference No” without any space or gap from the old bill.
2- To avoid any mistakes check “Reference No” again before pressing the blue color “Generate” button.
3- If you have not entered the correct “Reference No“, then the latest bill will not appear in PDF form.
4- To get print of your IESCO Duplicate Bill, set your printer and press “ Ctrl + P “.
Every Month Get Your Electricity Bill Via email:
The Internet has become an essential part of our daily life and email is one important part of it. We use email frequently for sending and receiving messages. You may get your monthly IESCO Bill via email, which makes you hassle-free from either your Electricity Bill delivered to your house shop factory, or office.
If you’re interested in receiving your IESCO Bill electricity through email then you will need the following two things;
Fourteen (14) Digits Reference Number, and
Fill in the following blank boxes for receiving your electricity bill via email.
How You May Submit Wapda Electricity Bill by JazzCash App?
JazzCash has made the process of the utility bill payment system very simple and easy. JazzCash provides the following three different methods of utility bill payment;
Through JazzCash Account
Through JazzCash Retailer and
Through JazzCash App
Here is the step-by-step payment method for a utility bill from the JazzCash App;
Select “Pay Bills”
Decide the Type of Bill
Type Your Bill’s Consumer Reference Number and
Review the Transaction and Enter MPIN to confirm
You just have to follow these simple steps and pay your utility bills i.e.; electricity, gas, water, or telephone on your mobile phones from your home or office.
IESCO (WAPDA) Customer Services Centers
The purpose of a customer services centre is to provide maximum facilities to IESCO’s consumers to solve their problems under one roof. A customer services centre provides the following services;
Issuance of Duplicate Bill.
Correction of Electricity Bill, In case of incorrect readings up to 500 units on the complaint of the consumer.
Converting the bill into three (3) instalments up to a bill less than Rs.25001/-
Extension in due date up to three (3) days up to bill less than Rs.25001/-
Restoration of Electricity Supply – in case of routine faults.
Issuance of Reconnection order of General Consumers against paid bills.
for one month, set aside of disputed amount of bill Rs.25,000/-
Waive off LP Surcharge up to Rs. 1000/-
Adjusting un-posted paid Cash.
Information regarding load shedding/power failure.
Issuance of New Connection Forms.
History Of IESCO:-
IESCO stands for Islamabad Electric Supply Company. It is a subsidiary company of WAPDA. It was created on April 25, 1998, when WAPDA’s electricity distribution section was divided into eight (8) independent companies. NEPRA was granted a distribution license on Saturday 03 November 2001. NEPRA started in 1997 and granted the first electricity distribution license to IESCO. In past, IESCO was working as Islamabad Area Electricity Board (IAEB).
Islamabad Electric Supply Company.IESCO is the new name of the Islamabad Area Electricity Board (AEB) and in inheritance, it receives all assets and liabilities of the former company. It is working in five districts i.e.; Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Jhelum, Chakwal, and Attock.
History Of Electricity In Pakistan :
Pakistan has been facing an energy crisis from its Inception in 1947 to the present day. The energy crisis still lies but it has been reduced in the past. In 1947 Pakistan’s had the capacity to produce only 60 megawatts for its 31.5 million people and the rest was imported from India. Pakistan’s capacity to produce electricity from high idle sauce in 1947 stood at 10.7 Megawatt. As time passed energy demand grew and Pakistan established the Atomic Energy Research Center in 1956 to meet its energy needs. In 1958 energy generation capacity rose to 115 Megawatt through nuclear power generation.
As time passed the Government of Pakistan realized the importance of the development of the Energy Sector and hence Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) was created in 1959 to handle the growing energy needs of the country. A sound infrastructure was laid to meet energy demand and it worked smoothly till the 1980s, after which the energy crisis started to emerge.
To tackle the problem of shortage of electricity, energy policies in 1958, 1994, and 1998 were developed. With the formation of WAPDA power generation capacity inclined to 119 megawatts by initiating a number of hydel and thermal power generation projects. This policy increased the electricity generation capacity to 636 Megawatt from 119 Megawatt and then to 781 Megawatt by 1965.
During the 1960s Pakistan signed an agreement with India known as the Indus Water Treaty. The Indus Water Treaty guaranteed the continual water supply for 10 years. Two dams, namely Terbela Dam and Mangla Dam were constructed with the help of the World Bank. Later Warsak Dam was also built on River Kabul. These damn headache capacities of the electricity generation of 3478, 1000, and 243 Megawatt respectively. In 1963 WAPDA set up two units of the coal power plant in Quetta having a generation capacity of 7.5 each. By the 1970s the installed capacity rose from 636 Megawatt 1970 to 1331 Megawatt in 1975.
In the 1980s electricity generation capacity stood at nearly 3000 Megawatt. However, during the 1980s WAPDA’s unable to install new projects led to an intense power shortage. During 1985 and 1986 the government started the HUB power plant and the LAKHRA power project to meet energy needs. A policy was formulated in 1985 to overcome the energy crisis and for the first time, the government allowed the private sector to install thermal power plants in 1988. As a result, the oil-based HUB power plant began in 1991. HUBCO power plant had an installed capacity of 1200 Megawatt.
In 1992 the government went through a plan for the privatization of the power sector. Under this plan, WAPDA was gradually Privatized and Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO) was formed. The thermal power generation facilities of WAPDA were transformed into three (3) generation companies (GENCOs), and one National Transmission and Distribution Company (NTDC)the distribution network of WAPDA was divided into 9 distribution companies (DISCOs) and given in PEPCOs control. A National transmission and dispatch company (NTDC) was formed under PEPCO.
All the above setup has been formed under the Companies Ordinance 1984.
The power policy of 1994 bound WAPDA to buy power produced by IPPs at mutually agreed rates, which led to an increase in tariffs for consumers. In 1997, the National Electric Power Regulator Authority (NEPRA) was formed to grant licenses for the generation and transmission of all-electric power and to determine tariffs for generation transmission and distribution companies. From 1992 to 2007 electricity generation more than doubled.
Till 2005, the total supply of electricity was surplus to the demand by around 450 Megawatt. However, the worst power crisis hit in 2007, and production fell by 6000 megabytes. It led to a shortfall of 15% by 2008. The graph given below clarifies the situation.
The Relation Between GDP and Electricity Generation Unprecedented Energy Crisis.
CEPEC projects made a turnaround healing the energy crisis. According to the Pakistan Economic Survey 2018-19, the installed electricity generation capacity went to 34,282 megawatts in July-Mar 2018-19. Under CPEC 19 energy projects, 10 projects are based on coal. Approximately 4666MW to 5000 MW of electricity was pumped into the national grid till 2019.
Under CPEC 14 out of 19 energy projects have been completed, which has decreased the shortfall.
The remaining 05 projects will help to eliminate the shortfall and will make Pakistan an energy-sufficient country in terms of electricity.
Electricity Prices (Tariff)
The power division issued a notification, on 27 July 2023, regarding the increase in electricity prices. According to the notification, the increase in electricity rates will be applied from July 2023. The basic tariff of electricity per unit has reached Rs 42.72; after sales tax, the basic tariff per unit has become Rs 50.41.
The notification stated that the tariff for consumption from 1 to 100 units per month became Rs. 16.48 after an increase of 3 rupees, while the tariff for consumption from 101 to 200 units per month increased by Rs. 4.00, totalling Rs. 22.95. The tariff for consumption from 201 to 300 units per month became Rs. 27 after the price increased by Rs. 5.00 per unit, while the tariff for consumption from 301 to 400 units per month became Rs. 32 after the price increased by Rs. 6.50.
Furthermore, the notification mentioned that the tariff for consumption from 401 to 500 units per month has been increased by Rs. 7.50 and the new price will be Rs. 35.24 per unit. For consumption from 501 to 600 units per month, the tariff increased by Rs. 7.50 and the new price will be Rs. 36.66 per unit, for consumption of more than 700 units per month, the tariff increased by Rs. 7.50 due to which the new price will be Rs. 42.72 per unit.
Apart from this, a rate of Rs. 3.95 per unit has been maintained for Lifeline customers consuming up to 50 units per month, and Rs. 7.74 paise per unit for Lifeline customers consuming from 51 to 100 units per month. Similarly, for protected customers consuming from 1 to 100 units, Rs 7.74 per unit has been maintained, and for protected customers consuming from 101 to 200 units per month, Rs. 10 per unit has been maintained.
The detail of the new Electricity Tariff which will be applied From July 2023 throughout Pakistan, is given below;
Electricity Generation Mix:
In Pakistan, electricity is generated by different methods. The Break-up of electricity generation in 2019-2020 is as:
Electricity Consumption In Pakistan
Total electricity consumption in Pakistan in FY 2021-2022 was 89,361 GWh. Sector-wise electricity consumption in Pakistan is as given below;
Pakistan Electricity Production 01 July 2013 To 30 June 2022:
The total electricity generation capacity during July-April 2022 has reached 41,557 MW where it was 37261 MW during the same period last fiscal year. It is an 11.5 per cent increase.
The following graph shows the monthly production of electricity in Pakistan for 01 July 2013 to 30 June 2022.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) expects that the demand for electricity in Pakistan will rise to 49 Kilo Mega Watts by 2025.
Radio Fee in Electricity Bills
Electricity consumers across the country are being charged Rs 35 per month as a television fee, but now the Senate Standing Committee on Finance has also decided to levy an additional Rs 15 as a radio fee on electricity bills.
The radio fee will be levied on electricity bills after approval from Parliament. The money received from the subscribers will be spent on the salaries of the radio employees.
How To Reduce Electricity Bill
As day after day, inflation is rising, it has become very difficult for a layman to fulfil his/her family’s necessities of life. Therefore, it becomes necessary to adopt a lifestyle, which makes our life comfortable. Electricity is a basic necessity of life, but its increasing price has made the lives of our general public miserable.
The government of Pakistan has borrowed heavy loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to repay its loans. In return, the IMF bounded the Government of Pakistan to increase electricity prices. Due to the new deal in July 2023 Pakistan with the IMF, NEPRA has increased the price of the basic unit by Rs 4.96.
The tariff of basic electricity units was previously Rs 24.82 and due to the increase in tariff, it will become Rs 29.78.
Including the basic tariff, a unit of electricity in the country currently costs an average of Rs.45.
So, it becomes essential for us to use electricity wisely to reduce our bills to compete with inflation. The following are some simple methods, which may minimize our electricity bills.
1. Use Good Quality Electric Wires:
Substandard electric wires are one of the main reasons for high electricity bills for both domestic and commercial usage. Due to the poor quality of these wires, electric devices consume more electricity than actual; as a result, consumers receive higher bills.
2. Unplug all electric devices when not in use:
Generally, we think if a device is plugged into the socket but it’s not working then it is not consuming electricity. But, it’s not so, the majority of electric devices consume a small amount of electricity in this position too. The habit of unplugging electric devices also saves your devices from unexpected power surges, which may damage them.
3. Wear Comfortable Dresses:
The most effective method of reducing our electricity bills without any hard work is to wear clothes according to the prevailing temperature.
4. Check All Electric Appliances Before Sleeping At Night.
5. Use Minimum Electricity At Peak Hours.
In the following detail peak hours for different months of the year are given. Do not use DC home appliances during these peak hours because during this period rate of electricity rises from Rs 11 per unit to Rs 22 per unit.
6. Be Careful During the Last Week of the Month.
7. Replace Air Conditioner’s Filters Monthly:
Dust in the air is a common issue in big cities and due to this filters of air conditions become dirty and their ventilation passages are blocked. The blockage of air condition filters consumes more energy than normal. Therefore, clean air conditioners filter regularly to minimize your electricity bill.
IESCO (WAPDA) Peak Hours
Peak hours mean that period when the demand for electricity rises maximum. Electricity distribution companies charge the maximum price for these peak hours, consumers use electricity carefully to control their bills.
For the convenience of the general public following is the schedule of peak hours for the whole year.
What is the punishment for electricity theft of IESCO WAPDA?
Theft of electricity is a crime and its sentence is three 3 to seven 7 years imprisonment or a fine of ten lakhs (Rs.10,00,000) to one Koror ( Rs. 100, 00, 000) rupees or both. The detail is mentioned below in the photo.
Q. Who is CEO of IESCO?
A. Engr. Dr. Muhammad Amjad Khan is CEO of IESCO. He was born on 6 December 1964 in Rawalpindi. He graduated in 1987 from the University of the Punjab. He obtained a degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1989 from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore.
He was elected to the Provincial Assembly of Punjab from Constituency PP-5 in the 2008 and 2013 Pakistani general elections.
He worked as a member of various Public Sector Companies and Steering Committees including Punjab Land Record and Management Information Systems (LRMIS), Public Private Partnership Steering Committee, Resource Mobilization Committee, Punjab Education Endowment Fund (PEEF), Punjab Education Initiative Management Authority (PEIMA), Punjab Curriculum and Text Book Board, Punjab Examination Commission and also worked as Chairman Punjab Saaf Pani Company.
Q – How may I register a corruption complaint against IESCO?
Answer: You registered your complaint against the corruption of IESCO at the CEO’s WhatsApp number 0305-8880815. But remember, in case of a false report, the complainant will face legal action.
IESCO Headquarters Address:
IESCO Head Office,
Street 40, Sector G 7/4,
IESCO Telephone No:
051-9252937, 051-9252938, 051-9252939
IESCO Fax No:
Google Map Location of IESCO Head Office, Islamabad.