ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) Metering, Testing and Surveillance Directorate have detected and recovered some 3,664,718 units from slow and defective meters during September.
Monthly performance review meeting was held here Monday with IESCO Chief Executive Officer Basit Zaman Ahmed in the chair.
Manager (M&T) apprised that they got 28,45,044 units from slow and defective meters which was a great achievement.
The Manager Surveillance told that his team checked 917 meters in September, out of which 122 meters found slow/defective.
On account of slowness/defective meters 801,674 units have been charge to consumers, he added.
He said overall units charged by M & T and surveillance directorates were 3,664,718 and same units have been charged to the consumers.
The IESCO chief appreciated the efforts of both Directorates and said that power theft is a national crime and power pilferers are not well-wishers of the country.
He said that IESCO would continue its efforts against electricity theft. In meeting CEO has also briefed that during September, 80 damaged transformers were repaired at an IESCO transformer reclamation workshop Wah.