You can get your name updated on the bill by providing the following documents:
- Sales agreement / Sales Deed / Sub Lease / Mutation Letter
- CNIC copy
- Last paid bill
- NOC on Rs. 100 bond paper from applicant
- Trade licence
- NTN certificate
- Tenancy agreement
- CNIC copy of owner
- Reference letter of Town Nazim. Copies of documents must be attested by Gazette officer. Original documents should be brought to the IBC at the time of submission of application.
Additional documents for Industries only:
Additional documents in case of tenant:
Additional documents for Kachi Abadi:
Under this agreement, there is a simple procedure already in place for the elimination of the TV License Fee through submission of a self-declaration form at one of KE’s Integrated Business Centres.
- Theft (illegal kunda connections)
- Recovery ratios (bill payment by consumers)
Aggregate Technical and Commercial Losses (ATCL) determines how many hours of load shed will be planned for each zone.
KE has divided Karachi into four zones:
Currently, 60% of Karachi, including low loss residential areas and industrial zones, is exempted from load shed (as of Jan 2015). In 2008-2009, it was 28%. We can’t continue to provide uninterrupted supply in areas where we don’t get paid for the services we provide.
Analysis of the area ATCL is conducted after every three months, whereby depending upon the losses in the area, the load shed duration is applied.
KE has also launched the low-cost meter drive in various areas of Karachi, whereby those consumers currently involved in theft are encouraged to convert to low-cost meters and avoid facing any persecution due to engaging in the illegal activity of theft.
KE regularly conducts kunda removal operations in various areas, regular updates of which are made to the consumers via our communication channels (including social media).
KE has also started the Aerial Bundled Cable project by using insulated wires to deter the use of kunda connections.
KE also conducted various crackdowns against defaulters and power thieves from the ‘Name and Shame’ campaign in 2011-2012 to Operation Burq in 2015-2016.
Community support is vital to reduce theft in an area. While KE has taken various initiatives to control theft, only in areas where the community has joined KE’s efforts has there been a sustainable solution for reducing theft. This in turn benefits the residents of the locality in the form of reduction in load shed and faults.
We’ve set up a dedicated channel whereby consumers can report theft anonymously by emailing email@example.com
- 5% on taxable amount – if net amount payable is up to Rs. 20,000/=
- 7.5 % if net amount payable is greater than Rs. 20,000/=
Bill related Queries
- Up to 50 units = Rs.2.00 per unit
- 1-100 units = Rs. 5.79 per unit
- 101-200 units = Rs. 8.11 per unit
- 201-300 units = Rs. 10.20 per unit
- 301-700 units = Rs. 16.00 per unit
- Above 700 units = Rs. 18.00 per unit
- Residential consumers’ tariff has been revised for monthly consumption slabs exceeding 200 units.
- New tariff computation to include one previous slab benefit only, i.e whole consumption of units will be billed on the two highest applicable slabs instead of all slabs.
- A new slab of 100 – 200 units has been introduced
Bill calculation example:
- Monthly units consumed = 275
- Identify the slab range. 275 lies between 201-300 hence slab 3 will be applied (applicable tariff)
- The last 75 units lie in the 201-300 units slab, hence they will be charged on the applicable tariff i.e Rs 10.20/unit
- Calculation : (75*10.20)+(200*8.11)
- A penalty imposed on the account for consuming electricity through illegal means
- For any prior period adjustments
- For the transition period when the tariff is changed from one category to another
Reconnection / Disconnection
When a consumer defaults in payment of his electricity bills for two months, he becomes eligible for disconnection. The KE team disconnects the consumer’s line tlll payment of the bill; the reconnection charges are included in the subsequent bill.
- Illegal utilisation of excess load
- Using the electric connection for a purpose other than for which it was sanctioned
- RC Charges Rs. 100 on Arrears up to Rs. 1,000
- RC Charges Rs. 300 on Arrears up to Rs 1,001-5,000 Rupees
- RC Charges Rs. 900 on Arrears up to Rs. 5,001-15,000 Rupees
- RC Charges Rs. 2,000 on Arrears up to Rs. 15,001 – 100,000
- RC Charges Rs. 2,500 on Arrears up to Rs. 100,000 – 500,000
- RC Charges Rs. 10,000. on Arrears more than Rs. 500,000
- Consumption of electricity while the line is disconnected
- Faulty meter
- Theft of electricity