Mepco Bill Calculator [2024]

You can check your estimated bill by entering the Units consumed in the box below. This is the best MEPCO bill calculator for Checking your estimated WAPDA bill online by units. It will calculate your Electricity bills, including all the taxes.

MEPCO Bill Calculator 2023

MEPCO Bill Calculator

Cost of Electricity
FC Surcharge
TV Fee
Radio Fee
Total Bill

Update about the Latest Electricity Unit Prices in Pakistan

1- 100 UnitsRs. 22
101- 200 UnitsRs. 32
201- 300 UnitsRs. 37
301- 400 UnitsRs. 43
401 – 500 UnitsRs. 47
501 – 600 UnitsRs.49
601 – 700 UnitsRs.52
Above 700 UnitsRs.65

Pakistan’s Electricity Price Structure: 

The following is the country’s cost structure per unit of electricity:

  • Companies in Charge of Electric Supply
  • The unit rate determines how the unit price is used.
  • Meter Fare (applied to select users only)
  • Service fees (not always applicable)
  • Changes to the cost of fuel Charged with R-Surcharge
  • Tariff on QTR ADJ/DMC
  • The ruling government
  • TV fee
  • Radio fee
  • General sales tax (GST)
  • Electricity duty

How Can Your Electricity Bill Be Calculated?

Calculating an electricity bill from MEPCO(Faisalabad Electric Supply Company) typically involves several factors:

  1. Consumption: The main component of your electricity bill is how much electricity you’ve used. This is measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). MEPCO measures this through your electric meter, which records the electricity you consume.
  2. Tariff Rates: Electricity tariff rates vary depending on the consumer category (e.g., residential, commercial, industrial) and the electricity consumed. MEPCO publishes tariff rates for different categories, typically regarding rupees per unit (kWh). These rates are applied to your consumption to calculate the energy charges portion of your bill.
  3. Fixed Charges: There may be fixed charges associated with your electricity connection. These charges are independent of the amount of electricity consumed and cover things like infrastructure maintenance costs.
  4. Taxes and Surcharges: The government or regulatory bodies might impose additional taxes and surcharges. These include GST (General Sales Tax) and various surcharges.
  5. Previous Dues: If you have any outstanding dues from previous bills, these may be included in your current bill.
  6. Meter Rent: In some cases, meter rent might be charged for the meter’s usage.

Visit here to Check your MEPCO electricity bill online.