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CPPACommittee for Progressive Political Action
CPPACorrugated Polyethylene Pipe Association
CPPACentre Professionnel et de Pédagogie Appliquée (French: Professional and Applied Pedagogy Center)
CPPACertified Professional Public Adjuster (insurance)
CPPACanadian Pulp & Paper Association
CPPACentre de Promotion Professionnelle pour Adultes (French: Adult Education Promotion Center)
CPPAConnecticut Professional Photographers’ Association
CPPAConference for Progressive Political Action
CPPAChristian Paintball Players Association
CPPACompanhia Pernas Pro Ar
CPPACalifornia Public Parking Association
CPPACertified Professional Property Administrator
CPPACo-Ordinated Parts Procurement Agent
CPPACanadian Personal Property Appraiser
CPPAChristian Pool Players Association
CPPACalifornia Pork Producers Association
CPPACalifornia Police Pistol Association
CPPACentral Parts Procurement Agency
CPPAConstitution Party of Pennsylvania (Butler, PA)
CPPACoarse Pseudo-Pin Assignment
CPPACentral PA Podiatry Associates, PC (Altoona, PA)
CPPACanadian Pacific Pioneers Association (Canadian Pacific Railway retired employees)
CPPACivilian Performance & Promotion Appraisal
CPPACareer Planning and Placement Association
CPPACircularly Polarized Patch Antenna
CPPACanadian Pitch and Putt Association
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Nepra disallowed a couple of costs claimed by the CPPA and allowed Rs1.78 per unit increase that would put about Rs24.60bn additional burden on consumers and generate additional revenue to distribution companies.
NEPRA vice chairman Bahadur Shah asked CPPA whether merit order was followed while generating the electricity.
The CPPA, in its petition, had sought permission for increasing consumer tariff by Rs0.0669 per unit.
NEPRA will make a final decision on the request of CPPA after the meeting on June 26, said sources.
CPPA further said that 14.02% of electricity was produced by coal, 24.05% from gas, 23.40% from RNLG and 11.52% from atomic energy.
Nepra member Saifullah Chatta said the regulator would withdraw its decision on increase in electricity tariff on account of fuel cost adjustment if the CPPA failed to give a satisfactory explanation about LNG supply to power plants.
The CPPA in its petition, said power generation cost was high in August, while the consumers were charged with low rates and sought Re1.4931 per unit increase in tariff for August.
Hearing related to application of CPPA for hike in power tariff will be held at NEPRA headquarters on November 14.
In its petition, the CPPA had pointed out that prior to the expiry of the upfront tariff of 2013, Nepra had initiated the process of determining the upfront tariff for 2017, which was set at a lower level than that for 2013.
The CPPA, in its petition, had proposed Rs2.76 per unit reduction in fuel based power tariff for the month under review over the reference fuel charges of Rs6.4326 per unit.