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Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) , other Discos Release of subsidy blocked

The government has reportedly blocked the release of subsidy to the power Distribution Companies (Discos) and Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) on charges of irregularities, “KESC had sought Rs 5 billion from the federal government as Tariff Differential Subsidy (TDS) but Finance… Discos, Karachi Electric Supply Company, KESC, National Transmission and Dispatch Company, NTDCL, power distribution companies

USAID replaces 29,000 old metres in Discos United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Power Distribution Programme is replacing old mechanical metres and any damaged metres with state of the art electrostatic metres in three government-owned power distribution companies (Discos), ie Lahore Electric Supply Company… Discos, Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (Fesco), ie Lahore Electric Supply Company, Lesco, Pesco, Peshawar Electric Supply Company, power distribution companies

Discos’ officials to visit Philippines and to Manila on study tour US Government organised

The US Government organised a study tour for professionals from Pakistan’s government-owned power distribution companies (Discos) to Manila, and Cebu City Philippines. Exposure to modern commercial procedures and consumer outreach methods were intended to teach Pakistani energy… (Discos) to Manila, Pakistani energy professionals, power distribution companies, study tour for professionals, USAID Power Distribution Program

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar To minimise loadshedding: Rs 500 billion circular debt to be settled within two months,

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Wednesday announced that inter-circular debt of Rs 500 billion would be settled within two months so that the duration of loadshedding in the country could be minimised. In his budget speech in the National Assembly, Dar said that the office of Federal Adjustor… Central Power Purchase Agency, CPPA, Discos, duration of loadshedding, Karachi Electric Supply Company, KESC, Muslim Commercial Bank (MCB), pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, pakistan loadshedding, PEPCO, power distribution companies, punjab National Assembly, Tariff Differential Subsidy (TDS)

Punjab government to curb electricity thefts: provincial and district governments to clear their outstanding liabilities against power distribution companies Shahbaz

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)-led Punjab government is determined to play its due role in curbing theft of electricity and the provincial administration and police will go to any extent for this purpose.  Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has also asked the authorities concerned in… curb electricity thefts, outstanding liabilities, power distribution companies, province of Punjab, Punjab Government

‘Energy sector continues to bleed due to unpaid dues’ power distribution companies (DISCOS)

ISLAMABAD: The energy sector continues to “bleed” due to the nonpayment of its dues, with the private sector liable to pay Rs197.4 billion to power distribution companies (DISCOS) on account of electricity supply.
During informal discussions on issues faced by the Islamabad Electric Supply… (Nepra), AJK government, Discos, Energy sector continues, IESCO, Islamabad Electric Supply Company, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, power distribution companies, unpaid dues

Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance for handing over power distribution companies (Discos) to provinces

Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance Dr Shahid Amjad Chaudhry has suggested that power distribution companies (Discos) should be handed over to the provinces and their involvement would be critical to resolving load shedding in the country.
Speaking as a chief guest here on Thursday at the… Advisor to, Discos, power distribution companies, Prime Minister on Finance, provinces, provincial governments

Discos defaulters: NAB to begin criminal against power distribution companies (Discos) defaulters proceedings from April 19

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) said on Friday that criminal proceedings against power distribution companies (Discos) defaulters will commence from April 19. “Deadline to electricity defaulters of more than Rs 110 billion expired on April 4 (Friday) and we will commence criminal…

Discos to remain open today, tomorrow f Federal Secretary Water and Power,

As per directions of Federal Secretary Water and Power, Sikandar Ahmed Rai and Wapda Chairman Syed Raghib Abbas Shah, the offices of all power distribution companies (Discos) will remain open on Saturday and Sunday (March 30 & 31) till evening, for clearance of electricity dues of contesting…

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