IESCOBILL.PK is a free website where you can check your iesco duplicate bill easily. Here you can view your current electricity bill (bijli bill), find all information about previous bill, check consumer name and all other history about the bill.
Either you want to check iesco bill online for your home, office or shop, you can search your bill by reference number and then download or print a copy of your bill for free. IESCOBILL.PK is the first website where you can even check multiple iesco bills by adding more than one reference numbers (separated with comma).
If you don’t know where to find reference number, please read Reference Number section below.
IESCO customers can generate and get their e bill either it is their first bill or a latest bill for an old meter connection. With most consumers from Islamabad, and Rawalpindi, customers from Attok to Jhelum can find their bill information by entering 14 digit reference number, and also find out registration record, bill status, bill slabs etc. So click on the link below to search your iesco duplicate bill and also check if your previous bill was paid or not in the bill history.
Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) is a division of WAPDA. It was started in 1998 to handle the responsibilities and functions of Islamabad area. IESCO supplies electricity to the region from Attock to Jhelum. So if you are an IESCO subscriber, and looking for a duplicate online bill, you are on the right place.
Using our online duplicate bill service, you can not only view your bill, but also reprint it and download a duplicate copy as an image or PDF format. You can see one or multiple bills by entering meter reference number one by one. IESCOBILL.PK is one of the best website in 2020 where you can quickly check your electric utility (roshni) bill without any hassle.
You can also get your bill from www iesco com pk but iescobill.pk has better interface and supports all mobile devices so that you can view your bills easily. So, enter your 14 digit reference number above to get your bill for the month of July 2020, or August 2020 or the previous month of June 2020.
Understanding IESCO Bill:
There are numerous parameters in the bill, we have explained some of them below:
It is the date when you initially registered yourself in iesco’s database for electricity connection.
This is the important part. This reference number is the basic identification of your bill that is just like your account number. You can pay your bill on behalf of this reference number and get duplicate copy of your bill by providing this reference number etc.
In the top right corner of your bill, you can find reading date, issue date, and due date. These dates represent when the agent noted your meter reading, when bill was issued and what is the last date to pay your bill.
A lot of people ask what is FPA in the electricity bill? FPA stands for Fuel Price Adjustment. This is a system to adjustment electricity fees based on fuel prices fluctuation. The FPA price belongs to the fuel pricing of rental power companies that generate electricity from Crude Oil etc. This is something that our policy makers must think about, and we can only get rid of this extra charge, if our government manage to generate enough electricity from natural resources like hydro power plants, wind turbines and solar panels etc. and they don’t have to utilize services of rental power companies.
T.R is Tariff Rationalization Surcharge. In revised criteria, NEPRA will determine tariff and Government notify a uniform tariff for all Distribution Companies. This is the difference of NEPRA and GOP tariff. If difference is positive, it will be payable by GOP as “Subsidy”. However in case of negative difference, the Distribution Company will pay to GOP as “Inter DISCO Tariff Rationalization Surcharge ( IDTR SUR )”.
FC stands for Financing Cost. Financing Cost Surcharge was initially decided to be 43 paisa per unit, to ensure collection of debt servicing of the Power Holding Private Limited.
Depending on your region, you may receive your bill on different dates of the month. However you can see bill history to know about your bill reading date, issue date and due date to get idea about the bill timing.
Tips to reduce the electricity bill
Lets take a quick overview on how many units your day-to-day appliances consume and how you can reduce electricity bill by turning off unnecessary devices. Here is the list of items with estimate units of electricity it consumed if used for 24 hours:
- Fan: On an average, an 80W fan consumes 4 units of electricity/day.
- TV consumes around 3 units a day.
- A 24W energy saver uses 1-2 units a day.
- Heavier appliances like a one-ton AC consumes around 18 units if it runs for 24 hours straight.
- A refrigerator consumes around 4-6 units, depending on the size and how old your appliance is.
So if you want to reduce your electricity bill amount, you must watch out how many appliances are being used at a time. Here are some tips to reduce electricity bill amount:
- Switch off unnecessary appliances.
- Instead of turning on five energy savers, try to manage with four or even less.
- Utilize daylight to lighten your rooms instead of electric bulbs where possible.
- Don’t use ACs during the peak hours.
- Use your ACs at 26 degrees.
- Keep your rooms ventilated with fresh air to reduce use of ACs.
To keep the electric supply uninterrupted and maintain customer satisfaction, IESCO is divided into 4 circles, 19 divisions and 104 subdivisions. Superintending Engineers (SEs) are head of Circles whereas Divisions are supervised by Executive Engineers (XENs). All Subdivisions are managed by Sub Divisional Officers (SDOs) and also each division has a Customer Services Officer which is called CSO.
The company takes care of the electricity distribution network in the administrative districts of Rawalpindi, Chakwal, Attock, Jhelum and Federal Capital Islamabad.
Technically, IESCO consists of 108 Grid Stations having total capacity of 5,224 MVA and distributes the power through 951 Feeders including AJK.
Circles and Divisions:
– Islamabad Division 1
– Islamabad Division 2
– Barakahu Division
– Rawat Division
– City Division
– Cantt Division (Rawalpindi)
– Satellite Town Division
– Westridge Division
– Tariqabad Division
– Taxila Division
– Pindigheb Division
– Attock Division
– Jhelum Division 1
– Jhelum Division 2
– Gujar Khan Division
– Chakwal Division
– Talagang Division
– Dhudial Division
– Pind Dadan Khan Division
How to check iesco online bill?
You can check iesco online bill at iescobill.pk by entering 14 digit reference number.
How to calculate iesco estimate bill?
You can calculate iesco electricity cost of your residential connection by entering consumed units here.
Can I check bill by meter number?
IESCO subscribers can only check bill by 14 digit reference number, not by meter number.
Can I check iesco bill by name or address?
Sorry, you can not check your bill by name or address but only using reference number. If you have 14 digit reference number, you can see your bill here.
How to get previous month bill?
If you did not receive your bill, you can get a duplicate copy of your last month bill here.
What is unit rate for iesco residential connection?
You can check iesco’s residential units rates here.
What are the iesco peak hours?
7:00 pm to 11:00 pm are the peak hours, and iesco have requested its customers to try to reduce electricity consumption during the peak hours.
How to change consumer name in iesco electricity bill?
The procedure to change consumer name on iesco bill is same like applying for new connection. You can visit the iesco office and apply for the name change request.
How can I apply for a new connection?
If you want a new iesco connection, you will have to fill and submit “Application and Agreement” form which is also known as A&A form.
Can I check iesco bill by id card (cnic) number?
Currently you can only check the bill by 14 digit reference number.
For further inquiries related to your bill, you can contact us.