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Guide to check your IESCO Online Bill by Reference Number
You need to follow these steps to get your IESCO Web Bill
- First of all, you need to find your reference number. It is provided on your IESCO bill
- Type the reference number in the designated area
- Click “Generate Bill”
- Your bill will be generated on the screen
- Now you can download your IESCO Duplicate bill.
- If you want to print your IESCO Online Bill, Click “Print“
- In case of any error, Contact Us
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What is IESCO?
IESCO (Islamabad Electric Supply Company) was established in 1998 as a public sector utility company in Pakistan. It was created as part of the privatization of the Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO), which was responsible for power generation, transmission, and distribution across the country.
IESCO was formed to take over the responsibility of electricity distribution in the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) and some surrounding areas, such as Rawalpindi, Jhelum, and Chakwal.
The primary purpose of the formation of IESCO was to improve the distribution system by reducing transmission and distribution losses, improving collection efficiency and providing better customer services.
In the beginning, the company faced many challenges like outdated infrastructure, poor financial management, and high losses. But over the years, IESCO has made significant improvements in its operations and has successfully reduced its transmission and distribution losses and improved its collection efficiency.
Nowadays, IESCO is responsible for maintaining and upgrading the power distribution infrastructure in its service area, handling customer billing and complaints, and working to prevent and resolve power outages. It also plays a vital role in providing customers with a reliable and efficient power supply.
IESCO Structure or Coverage Areas
As Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan, it has very much importance in Pakistan and the field of electricity. It covers a large area under its supervision, including 4 Circles, 19 Divisions and 104 Sub-divisions.
Superintending engineers (SEs), Executive Engineers (XENs) and Sub-Division Officers (SDOs) are responsible for keeping the electrical infrastructure working and maintaining the electricity provision in all areas under IESCO.
Circles and Divisions
- ISB Div 1
- ISB Div 2
- Barakahu Div
- Rawat Div
- Tariqabad Div
- Canttt Div (Pindi)
- Satellite Town Div
- City Div
- Westridge Div
- Chakwal Div
- Dhudial Div
- Pind Dadan Khan Div
- Talagang Div
- Attock Div
- Taxilla Div
- Pindigheb div
- Jhelum Div 1
- Jhelum Div 2
- Gujar Khan div
IESCO Bill Payment Methods
There are a bunch of applications which give the service of online electricity bill payments like EasyPaisa, JazzCash, Nayapay, Zindagi App and all other banking applications.
It is the fastest and easiest way to pay IESCO Bill Online by following these steps
- Open the Application of your choice
- You must have the required amount in your account to pay the bill
- Then go to “Bill Payment.”
- Select “Electricity”
- Select “IESCO”
- Put the IESCO Bill 14-digit Reference number in the designated section
- The bill amount will appear in the window
- Click “Pay”
- You will be asked for confirmation; it could be your fingerprint, face id or account pin
- After confirmation, the bill amount will be cut from the account
- A receipt will appear; either take a screenshot or print it
It is more time-consuming, but you can also visit the nearest bank or designated shops for bill payment. You need to take the IESCO Bill with you; the officer/shopkeeper will take the amount and put the IESCO stamp for the charge on your bill.
IESCO Online Bill Calculator
All taxes or charges implemented on your electricity cost are mentioned in your IESCO online bill, you can calculate your bill by understanding these taxes. Two different taxes are in your bill; the Electricity providing company charges the first, i.e., IESCO and the other is implemented by the Government of Pakistan.
Distribution Company Charges
Electricity Cost: The cost of electricity is calculated by multiplying all units used during peak and off-peak hours for a month by their prices, which vary for peak and off-peak hours.
FPA: Given that most of our Electricity is produced using fuel, the distribution firm will charge FPA.
QTR Tariff ADJ/DMC: IESCO charges its consumers with distribution margin charges in terms of QTR Tariff ADJ/DMC.
F.C. Surcharge: The financing cost surcharge is calculated by multiplying all used units by 0.43Rs.
Electricity Duty: The government charged the consumers with electricity duty on the cost of Electricity and QTR Tariff ADJ/DMC.
T.V. Fee: The government includes Rs.35 fees for T.V. each month in the electricity bills.
GST: It comprises 17% of the cost of power, the electricity duty, the distribution margin, and the F.C. surcharge.
N.J. Surcharge: This levy, which the Pakistani government collects for Neelum and Jhelum, is computed as 0.10 PKR x the number of units used within a given month.
E.D. on FPA: The government receives 1.5% of the FPA as duty on FPA.
GST on FPA: This additional tax is levied by the government and is taken in as 17% of FPA and E.D. on FPA.
L.P. Surcharge: It is the 10% of the electricity cost, Distribution Margin Charges, N.J. and F.C. surcharges. A late payment surcharge is only implemented when the consumer does not pay the bill within the allocated time mentioned in your IESCO online bill by the Electricity providing company.
IESCO Peak Hours
Peak hours are mentioned in your IESCO online bill and it means the charge of electricity will be more than the charges during off-peak hours. The peak hours are from 5 PM to 11 PM. Thus, it is advised to use Electricity as minimum as possible during these 5 hours and turn off heavy appliances like Iron, Air-conditioners, Microwaves and ovens.
Reduce IESCO Bill
Your IESCO Online Bill cost can be lowered in a number of ways:
Energy Conservation: Utilize energy-efficient appliances and equipment, turn off lights and devices when not in use, and use natural light during the day to reduce energy consumption.
Time of Use: Use more Electricity when prices are lower, such as during off-peak hours.
Weatherizing your Home: To stop heat loss, weatherize your home by repairing cracks around windows and doors and insulating the roof and walls.
Use LED Bulbs: Compared to conventional lightbulbs, LED Bulbs are more energy-efficient and have a longer lifespan, which can help you use less Electricity.
Use smart power strips to save energy: By automatically turning off electronics when not in use, smart power strips can help you save energy on standby power.
Unplug appliances when not in use: When not in use, unplug appliances because some of them still draw power even when they are off. This will help you use less Electricity.
Utilize Solar Energy: You can generate Electricity by installing solar panels on your roof, reducing your IESCO bill.
Check for Leaks: Get your electrical connections checked for leaks, and if any are detected, have them fixed immediately.
Check your Tariff Plan: IESCO offers a variety of tariff plans, and by choosing the one that best suits your usage pattern, you can reduce your bill. Check your tariff plan to see if you can save money.
MIS is the Management Information System to generate and check electricity bills online. We use the same system with the help of API to develop the duplicate IESCO online bills. In case of any error visit PEPCO Official Site.
IESCO New Connection
You can go Here to get all information about the procedure for online application for new connection. Otherwise, you can visit the nearest IESCO Head office with the required documents and apply for a new connection there.
Transfer of Connection/Name
You need to do the same procedure as applying for the new connection, but an additional document is must require to apply for transfer of name or connection, i.e., NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the previous owner.
Then you can go to IESCO official site and select the option of transfer of name, or you can visit the nearest IESCO branch for this purpose.
In case of any problem related to electricity usage, you can contact the IESCO Customer Service for complaint registration.
(051) 925 2937
(051) 925 2938
(051) 925 2939
IESCO Head Office
The head office of the Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) is located in Islamabad, Pakistan. The exact address is IESCO Head Office, G-7/4, Islamabad, Pakistan.