14 Digit Reference No Without Space
If you want to check or print your WAPDA, ( IESCO, LESCO, PESCO, MEPCO etc), K-Electric, Sui Gas (SNGPL or SSGC), WASA (LAHORE or Rawalpindi), Karachi Water Board (KWSB) bills then you are at right place just need to enter 14 digit Reference Number (without any gap) in the empty box from your any previous electricity bill and then Press Generate button, in a few seconds copy of bill be in your hands.
بجلی ، گیس ، پانی اور ٹیلی فون کے بل اکثر وقت پہ موصول نہیں ہوتے واپڈا، سوئی گیس، واسا، کے الیکٹرک کے دفاتر سے بل کی کاپی حاصل کرنے کیلئے خجل خوارہونا پڑتا ہے ۔ وقت اور پیسے کا نقصان الگ اور پھر وقت پہ بل جمع کروانا ایک سردرد بن جاتا ہے ۔اس کے علاوہ بل گم بھی ہو سکتا ہے یا پھٹ سکتا ہے ۔ لیکن اب آپ کی یہ پریشانی ختم ۔
اب آپ آن لائن گھر بیٹھے اپنا بل حاصل کر سکتے ہیں اور کسی بھی پریشانی سے بچ سکتے ہیں۔ آپ یہاں واپڈا کی دوسری کپمینیوں جیسے پیسکو، میپکو، سیپکو ۔ لیسکو ۔ ہیسکو، فیسکو اور قیسکو کےبجلی کے بل بھی حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔
You may get your SSGC, MEPCO, FESCO, GEPCO, PESCO, SEPCO, HESCO, TESCO, QESCO, WASA Rawalpindi, PTCL and PTCL EVO Bill.
You may check the latest WAPDA, K-Electric, WASA, Sui Gas Bill on this website in less than a minute, only you should have remembered your Reference No (in case of K-Electric, 13 Digit Account Number) .
: ایسکوڈوپلیکیٹ بل اگست 2020 حاصل کرنے کا طریقہ
اس صفحے کے اوپری حصے میں خالی خانے ( فیلڈ ) میں اپنے پرانے بل سے اپنا 14 ہندسوں والا حوالہ نمبر درج کریں
(پھر نیلے رنگ والے بٹن کو دبائیں (کلیک کریں
آپ کے سامنے آپ کا تازہ ترین ڈپلیکیٹ بل ظاہر (ڈسپلے ) ہو جائے گا۔
دبائیں اور آپ کا ڈوپلیکیٹ بل چھاپ ( پرنٹ ہو) جائے گا۔ CTRL + P اس کے بعد کی بورڈ سے صرف
How To Take Print of IESCO (WAPDA) Duplicate Bill Online August 2020:
For checking your latest IESCO Bill, you need 14 digits “ Reference No ”. So keep it in your diary, mobile or computer from where you can access it easily. Following is the step by step procedure of checking and printing the copy of your latest issued bill online:
1- Carefully Enter your “Reference No” without any space or gap from the old bill.
2- To avoid any mistake check “Reference No” again before pressing the blue colour “Generate” button.
3- If you have not entered incorrect “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 “.
JazzCash Utility Bills Payment Process
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JazzCash provides the following three different methods of a utility bill payment;
- Through JazzCash Account
- Through JazzCash Retailer and
- Through JazzCash App
Here we will explain step by the step payment method of a utility bill from JazzCash App;
- Dial *786#
- Select “Pay Bills”
- Decide Type of Bill
- Choose Company
- Type Your Bill’s Consumer Reference Number and
- Review Transaction and Enter MPIN to confirm
You follow these simple step and pay your utility bill i.e; electricity, gas, water or telephone from your home or office.
History Of IESCO:-
IESCO stands for Islamabad Electric Supply Company.IESCO is a subsidiary company of WAPDA. It had been created on April 25, 1998, when WAPDA’s electricity distribution section was divided into eight (8) independent companies. NEPRA had granted a distribution license on Saturday 03 November 2001. NEPRA had taken the start in 1997 and granted first electricity distribution license to IESCO. In past, IESCO was working as Islamabad Area Electricity Board (IAEB).
Islamabad Electric Supply Company.IESCO is a new name of Islamabad Area Electricity Board (AEB) and in inheritance, it receives all assets and liabilities of the former company. IESCO is working in five districts i.e.; Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Jhelum, Chakwal and Attock.
History Of Electricity In Pakistan :
Pakistan has been facing the energy crisis since her Inception in 1947 to the present day. Energy crisis tell lies but it has been reduced from the past. In 1947 Pakistan head capacity to produce only 60 megawatts for her 31.5 million people and rest was imported from India. Pakistan capacity to produce electricity from high idle sauce in 1947 stood at 10.7 Megawatt. As the time past energy demand grew and Pakistan established atomic energy Research Center in 1956 to meet her 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 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 till 1965.
During 1960s Pakistan signed an agreement with India known as 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 capacity of Papa generation of 3478, 1000 and 243 Megawatt respectively. In 1963 WAPDA sets up two units of the coal power plant in Quetta having generation capacity of 7.5 each. By 1970s the installed capacity rose from 636 Megawatt in 1970 to 1331 Megawatt 1975.
In 1980s electricity generation capacity stood nearly 3000 Megawatt. But during 1980s WAPDA unable to install new projects led to an intense power shortage. During 1985 and 1986 government started HUB power plant and LAKHRA power project to meet energy needs. A policy was formulated in 1985 to overcome the energy crisis and for the first time government allowed the private sector to install thermal power plants in 1988. As a result, the oil-based HUB power plant begins in 1991. HUBCO power plant had an installed capacity of 1200 Megawatt.
In 1992 the government went through a plan of 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 (GENCO’s), one National Transmission and Distribution Company (NTDC)the distribution network of WAPDA was divided into 9 distribution companies (DISCO’s) and given in PEPCO’s control. A National transmission and dispatch company (NTDC) was formed under PEPCO.
All the above setup have been formed under Companies Ordinance 1984.
The power policy of 1994 bound WAPDA to buy power produced by IPP’s at mutually agreed rates, which led to an increase in tariffs for the consumers. In 1997, the National Electric Power Regulator Authority (NEPRA) was formed to grant licenses for generation and transmission for 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.
According to sustainable development policy Institute 2014 report, Pakistan went an
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 Jul-Mar 2018-19. Under CPEC 19 energy projects, 10 projects are based on coal. Approximately 4666MW to 5000 MW electricity was pumped into national grid till Oct-2019.
Under CPEC 13 out 19 energy projects have been completed, which has decreased the shortfall.
Remaining 06 projects will help to eliminate the shortfall and make Pakistan energy sufficient country in terms of electricity.
Pakistan Electricity Production 2010- 2019:
The following graph shows the monthly production of electricity in Pakistan for 2010-19
The International Energy Agency (IEA) expected that the demand for electricity in Pakistan will rise to 49 Kilo Mega Watts by 2025.