The breather has come as a welcome relief for the power consumers of the state capital as they were served substantially higher power bills in November on account of imposition of fuel surcharge.
"We are already paying higher energy bill due to imposition of fuel surcharge," said a consumer.
Bihar State Power Regulatory Commission had given its go ahead to the BSEB to impose 10% premium for providing quality power to the consumers. The commission had cautioned the power board to impose this premium only when the board was fully equipped for round-the-clock power supply.
Source- Times of India