New Electricity tariffs ,EPRA announces Kenyans to pay more
24/03/2023 22:44 in Business
Following a study by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, electricity costs are projected to rise (EPRA).
The energy regulator has divided consumer clusters into three groups in the new pricing.
Clients who use 30 units or less will now pay Ksh.12 per unit, up from Ksh.10.
Consumers utilising 11 to 100 units will now pay Ksh.15.80 per unit, up from Ksh.10.
The charges for the third cluster, which consumes between 101 and 500 units, remain the same at Ksh.15.80 per unit.
Kenya Power presented a request to EPRA in October 2020 to increase energy charges for the next three years. The new rates go into effect on April 1st of this year.
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