PESCO stands for Peshawar Electric Supply Company. It was established on 22nd March 1998. It has overtaken the responsibilities and operations of the Peshawar Area Electricity Board.
To ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity, PESCO has divided the area of its jurisdiction into eight sub-regions:
- Hazara 1
- Hazara 2
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If you haven’t received your WAPDA electricity bill, you have lost it or it got damaged, then there is nothing to worry about. You can get a duplicate copy of your PESCO bill online without having to go to the PESCO office. You can check your bill by entering your 14-digit reference number after a click on the “Get your PESCO Duplicate Bill” button below. You can pay your bill with a printed copy of this bill in any bank.
In order to check your electricity bill, you need the reference number of your connection. It is the only requirement to check your duplicate bill. You cannot check it by CNIC or name. If you don’t know your reference number, you can visit the nearest PESCO customer service center where you can get your bill by providing your CNIC or meter number. To check PESCO Bill online, locate your reference number from your bill. It will be a 14 digit number, written in a box, usually located at the bottom corner of the bill.
How to download PESCO Bill?
What you will do if you lost your bill? If the bill is misplaced or not reach on your home or exchange due to some person’s mistake and you can’t pay the bill. This is not a big problem. Still, don’t worry about this bill. The answer to this question is now it’s easier to download and print your PESCO bill online.
PESCO Bill Payment
In addition to depositing your bill in the bank with a hard copy of the PESCO bill, there are other methods to pay your bill such as:
- All Post Offices
- All Commercial Banks
- Easy Paisa Shops
- NADRA Collection Points
Online Bill Payment
You can pay your PESCO bill online via online platforms and apps of various banks. You can also pay your bill through the Jazz Cash and EasyPaisa app.
To pay your bill with Jazz Cash, type *786# on your mobile phone and follow the guideline to set up your account. Once you have made your Jazz Cash account, you can transfer funds from your bank account to your Jazz Cash account, and then you will be able to pay your bill through Jazz Cash.
If you want to pay your bill online directly from your bank account, you can download your bank’s app on your phone and insert your bills in it to pay them easily. The apps of the following banks provide you with online bill payment services:
- Meezan Bank
- Habib Bank Limited (HBL)
- Askari Bank
- Muslim Commercial Bank
- Standard Chartered Bank
- Bank Al Falah
- Allied Bank
- Faysal Bank
- Soneri Bank
- Summit Bank Limited
- United Bank Limited (UBL)
Responsibilities of PESCO
PESCO is responsible for maintaining the electricity distribution system in Peshawar and its surrounding areas. It delivers electricity to your home, shop, office, and other industrial or commercial areas.
It connects your home and office to electrical power and manages this connection reliably and safely. PESCO is responsible for restoring power in case of outages or any other emergency.
PESCO takes your meter readings and calculates the charges every month for billing purposes. It also maintains a current and historical record of your connection, including the consumption and other electricity-related choices you make.
Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) is capable, determined, and well equipped to provide and maintain an uninterrupted power supply to the consumers.
PESCO provides power distribution to more than 3.8 million consumers of all the civil districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It owns and maintains the electricity distribution system in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa via 132 and 66 KV sub-transmission lines, substations, and 11KV & 440V low tension lines that deliver power to your home and other areas. Additionally, you can check the bill of PESCO Online by just following the steps.
Hamza Subhan is a digital content director at Price In Pakistan. He lives in Lahore. He keeps an eye on every new item in the markets of Pakistan and his hand on the pulse of Pakistani people to provide them with the information that they need about the product. He has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical engineering from UET Lahore. His keen passion for the latest technology, gadgets, and knowledge about electrical appliances led him to launch Price In Pakistan. He is the main hand behind the articles related to electrical home appliances and gadgets. When he is not looking out for the new technology and writing about it, he is playing guitar and singing for his friends.