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Electricity Suppliers in Pakistan

The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (“WAPDA”) has an installed capacity of over 9,000 MW, and is the largest utility company in Pakistan and provides services to the entire country except Karachi.

The K-Electric Company (“KE”) has an installed capacity of about 2,734 MW, and supplies electricity to Karachi, which is the major commercial hub and port city of the country and the surrounding areas (Uthal and Bela district). For more info, see

The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (“PAEC”) presently has an installed capacity of 1,430 MW from KANUPP (100 MW), C-1 (325 MW), C-2 (325 MW), C-3 (340 MW), C-4 (340 MW). For more info, see

Independent Power Producers (“IPP”) have an installed capacity of 15,468.5 MW, and they supply electricity to the national grid. For more info, see