What is FPA in Mepco Electricity Bills?

FPA in mepco electricity bill stands for Fuel Price Adjustment. This charge is a result of the increase or decrease in the prices of the fuel used to generate electricity. It is included in your monthly statement so that you can see how the prices of fuel have affected the cost of your electricity. The fpa is a way for MEPCO to recover the cost of generating electricity, and it is not a profit center for the company. It is reviewed on a monthly basis, and the charges may change from month to month. If you have any questions about the fpa, you can contact MEPCO customer service.

If you are a customer of MEPCO i.e Multan Electric Power Company then you might have received your electricity bill in which you must have seen the term “FPA”. Let’s find out the meaning of FPA and how it affects your total electricity bill. So let’s get started without any further ado!

What does FPA stand for?

FPA in MEPCO electricity bill is the Fuel Price Adjustment. This is the charge that is added to your monthly electricity bill to reflect the changes in the cost of fuel used to generate electricity. FPA or Fuel Price Adjustment is an additional amount that is included in your monthly electricity bill. The reason for including this amount is the fluctuating prices of fuel i.e. natural gas, oil, etc. This price adjustment is done so that the customers don’t have to bear the brunt of these fluctuations.

The FPA is based on the changes in the cost of natural gas, which is the major fuel used to generate electricity in Pakistan. The FPA can either increase or decrease your monthly electricity bill, depending on the changes in the cost of natural gas. The FPA is designed to protect consumers from sudden changes in the price of electricity and to ensure that MEPCO can recover its costs in a fair and transparent manner.

How is FPA calculated?

The FPA is calculated on a per unit basis. The FIPL i.e Fuel Information Price List published by NTDC every month serves as a guide for calculating the FPA. This list contains information regarding the prices of different fuels used in power generation plants such as HSD, LDO, Furnace Oil, etc.

To calculate the figures and actual amount, simply look at your most recent Mepco bill. The charges or costs will be listed on the bill, typically under the heading “Total Charges.” If you’re not sure where to find it, MEPco’s customer service representatives can assist you. Once you have your fpa, simply multiply it by the total amount of electricity used during the billing period. This will give you a figure or amount for that period.

After adding up the fuel charges of all these plants, a weighted average price per unit of fuel consumed is calculated. This weighted average price per unit along with other operating charges such as vegetation management charges, urea injected into the furnace for NOx reduction, maintenance charges of ESPs, etc. is called Elementary Fuel Charges or EFC Charges/unit.

To recover this cost from customers, a surcharge on a per unit basis called Fuel Price Adjustment (FPA) is levied which appears as a separate head on monthly billing along with other heads such as energy charges, monthly minimum charges, and adjusted energy surcharge, etc…

It’s important to remember that fpa rates can change from month to month, so be sure to check your bill each month to see if the rate has changed.


Fluctuations in fuel prices have a direct impact on MEPCO’s overall Expenses which ultimately increases the burden on customers, to reduce this burden Fuel Price Adjustment(FPA)is levied on a monthly basis.

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