Check the TESCO bill using the reference number

Enter Your Referece Number

OR Enter Consumber ID

View your TESCO bill using your reference number, you’ll need to have your 14-digit reference number from your bill. If you’re unsure about where to find your reference number, please refer to the image below for assistance. You can also retrieve your electricity bill using your consumer ID. You can locate your bill’s consumer ID below the bill reference number. After obtaining your Bill ID, you can check your bill by entering the reference and consumer numbers in the provided input field.

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Process for printing a TESCO bill duplicate

To print your TESCO bill online duplicate, please follow these instructions:

  1. Open the EbillWizard website using Google Chrome.
  2. Make sure you have your reference or consumer ID number handy.
  3. Enter your Reference and consumer ID number in the input fields.
  4. Click the “Generate” button.
  5. After a few seconds, a new tab will open.
  6. You can view your bill for the current month on this page.
  7. Above the bill, there is a “Print Bill” button. Click on this button to print your bill.

TESCO(Tribal Area Electric Supply Company)

TESCO, short for Tribal Areas Electricity Supply Corporation, is a distribution company that falls under the umbrella of PEPCO (Pakistan Electric Power Company) and the Department of Energy (Energy Division). This corporation was established in August 2004 and primarily serves the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Frontier Regions (FRs). TESCO holds the distinction of being the sole electricity provider in this region, catering to the energy needs of the local consumers.

TESCO is responsible for all aspects of electricity distribution in the tribal areas, including the construction and maintenance of critical infrastructure. This includes work on the 11 kV transmission lines and 132/66 kV lines, which is carried out by TESCO’s dedicated employees. The company is committed to ensuring a consistent and reliable power supply to the consumers in this challenging terrain.

TESCO’s organizational structure comprises a sales department, five operational divisions, an SS&TL (Substations and Transmission Lines) division, an M&T (Monitoring and Testing) division, and a construction division. Together, these divisions work cohesively to manage and maintain the electricity distribution network in the tribal areas, supporting the energy needs of the local population

Taxes in TESCO bill

  1. FPA (Fuel Price Adjustment): This adjustment reflects changes in fuel prices, particularly those associated with rental power companies generating electricity from sources like crude oil. It helps account for fluctuations in fuel costs, and you’ll notice this adjustment on your bill when applicable.
  2. TR Surcharge (Tariff Rationalization Surcharge): The TR surcharge represents the difference between NEPRA (National Electric Power Regulatory Authority) and GOP (Government of Pakistan) tariffs. When the difference is positive, it becomes payable by the GOP as a subsidy. Conversely, if the difference is negative, the Distribution Company pays the GOP as an “Inter DISCO Tariff Rationalization Surcharge (IDTR SUR).”
  3. FC Surcharge (Financing Cost Surcharge): A fixed charge of 43 paisa per unit is included as the FC surcharge, which aims to secure the collection of debt servicing of Power Holding Private Limited.
  4. Deferred Amount: This portion of your bill allows you to choose to pay it later in the same month. For deferred payments, there are no late fees. However, it’s important to note that this amount may be included in your next bills in installments or as a lump sum.
  5. QTR Tariff Adj / DMC (Quarterly Tariff Adjustment): This adjustment is a part of your bill that appears every three months, reflecting the changes in tariffs during that period.

Tips for reducing your TESCO bill

To reduce electricity consumption, follow these tips:

  1. Turn off non-essential lights, kitchen appliances, and electronic devices when they are not in use.
  2. Choose energy-efficient lighting options, such as fluorescent and mercury vapor lamps, over traditional incandescent bulbs.
  3. Use appropriately sized capacitors for fans and motors to enhance energy efficiency and reduce inductive loading.
  4. Ensure your air conditioner receives proper maintenance before the summer season to maximize its efficiency.
  5. Avoid using high-voltage appliances during peak hours to reduce the strain on the electrical grid.
  6. Improve your home’s energy efficiency by installing double-paned glass windows and high-quality curtains to minimize heat gain from sunlight.
  7. Consider using rigid foam panels in your roof for insulation, as well as wall and ceiling insulation to maintain a cooler indoor environment during daylight hours.

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