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PAKISTAN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY

The Pakistan Electric Power Company (Private) Limited (PEPCO) has been entrusted the task of managing the transition of WAPDA from a bureaucratic structure to a corporate, commercially viable and productive entity. It is a mammoth task and progress in the initial months was rather slow, but one should keep in mind that responsibility is enormous and transition is a long drawn process.

Before going into further details of the restructuring programme, it is necessary to understand the shift in the GoP policy. The GoP, in line with its Strategic Plan of 1992 approved by the cabinet committee, had decided to restructure the entire power sector in the country

 
De-regulation of power sector  
Promotion of IPPs
Restructuring of WAPDA
Privatization of select corporate entities

   


PEPCO COMMITTED TO WIPE OUT LOAD SHEDDING

With the grace of Almighty Allah, within a span of few months, additional power of almost 3500 MW will be added in the National Power System.

PEPCO POWER FORECAST
PEPCO will be in surplus poistion by late November 2009 based on power generation and load data/demand of last 10 years and the generation projects in pipeline.


POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR NEW - CAPTIVE POWER PRODUCERS (N-CPPs)

To lessen the gravity of power shortage in the country it was decided by WAPDA/PEPCO to acquire surplus and redundant Captive Power from APTMA members as one of the supply side measures. This Captive Power was mostly oil based. Subsequently, Sugar Industry also made a similar offer for sale of surplus (bagasse based) Captive Power. So far about 182 MW produced by different CPPs on different fuels could be fed to DISCOs on take-and-pay-basis at tariffs approved by WAPDA Authority/PEPCO under the guidelines of NEPRA. Up till now APTMA remains the main contributor.

POWER THEFT

Steeling of Power is crime against every Pakistani and who ever does it, is our enemy. Please help PEPCO in its effort to stop power theft by reporting at its toll free number 0800-84338. This is a free number for all calls including NTC, PTCL, Mobiles or wireless phones.

Intstructions for theft reporting:

  • Call the Toll free number 0800-84338
  • Listen the instructions carefully
  • After pressing 1,
  • Record your message about event of theft
    (Please give maximum detail of location)
  • After completing the message disconnect the call
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