QESCO Duplicate Bill Online
Check your QESCO Bill here.
How to find Reference Number or Customer ID?
Don’t worry if you don’t know where to look for a reference number or a customer id. Simply select an old bill copy and compare it to the image below. It’s in the upper left corner of your bill, just below “TARIFF.” Please look at the red highlighted regions in the image to easily discover the reference number:
There is no need to obtain both (reference number and customer id), since just one value is required to obtain your duplicate iesco wapda bill.
Some individuals refer to the reference number as the consumer number, and the customer id as the consumer id, however there is no consumer number or id on the iesco bill. As a result, you may treat the consumer number/id and the reference number/id interchangeably.
Method To Print Bill WAPDA QESCO Duplicate Bill Online:
To check your latest bill you have to note down your bill reference number. These steps are for checking and printing the copy of your latest issued bill online:
- Enter your reference number in the search bar.
- Click the submit button
- If you want to download your generated duplicate bill then use CTRL + P and for this purpose you must have a printer.
- In case if you don’t have a printer then you can download it in pdf form and save it in your space.
QESCO is operating as a Power Distribution Company and will act as Private Organization on switching over from Public to Private Sector. QESCO is dealing with the Power Supply System in the whole Baluchistan less District Lasbela.
It is smallest in terms of consumers but largest as it covers 43 % area of Pakistan. The peak demand at the moment is 1177 MW evaluating measures and anticipated to be 1659 MW by the year 2015 with 8 % uniform annual growth.
The QESCO system is under stress due to the huge number of Agri: Consumers contributing about 70-80 % of Power Demand. Low voltage profile prevails due to long distances from Generating Sources, besides availability of Single 220 KV sources from Guddu.
The safe drawl of power is 721 MW. To have additional source another 2×220 KV Dadu-Khuzdar & DG Khan-Loralai Transmission Lines stands approved throughout source funding at the cost of Rs 5.437 and 5.089 billion respectively.
Hopefully, the work completion in totality is expected to end in 2011. A plan of rental Power House at Quetta, Sibi and Khuzdar is also on offer. With the commissioning of these 2x220KV sources and rental Power Houses, the low voltage profile problems which specially persist as a common feature in entire Balochistan will be eliminated all together besides availability of additional 600-700 MW Power for the province. Also an eventual addressal towards load management.