IESCO Online Bill 2024

IESCO Online Bill 2024 is responsible for providing electricity to the Islamabad region. People in Islamabad who use IESCO electricity receive a bill every month. The bill can be paid through an online system as well as physically by the customer.

IESCO Online Bill

IESCO Online Bill

You can check your latest IESCO Online bill (Bijli ka Bill) online by going to the official website of Islamabad Electric Power Company. Just simply visit the site and provide the 14-digit  reference number and click ‘’Check Bill’’. You can also download a duplicate copy of your IESCO online bill.

IESCO Online Bill

The following steps must be kept in mind in order to pay the bill online.

  • Visit the IESCO website.
  • Search into the section of Bill inquiry.
  • Then provide your ID number or account number.
  • Go through your given information and click on the button of Submit.
  • All the details regarding the bill will be shown.
  • You can download and view your IESCO bill online without needing a physical copy.

You can also check: LESCO Online Bill

Payment Methods:

To pay your IESCO bill online, you have different options:

Payment Methods
  • ATM card: bills can be paid through the customer’s Visa card or MasterCard etc.
  • Online Banking: Use your online banking service to make electronic payments.
  • Mobile wallets: Jazzcash and Easypaisa are mobile wallet services accepted for IESCO bill payments.

There are different divisions and circles within IESCO that provide electricity to various areas in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Jhelum, and Attock.

IESCO Bill Information

When you receive your IESCO bill, it’s important to understand the information on it. Here are some key details:

IESCO Bill Information
  • Billing Period: It shows the dates for which the bill is generated.
  • Payment Directions: Instructions on how to make a payment.
  • Due Energy Charges: The amount of energy utilization in the period of billing.
  • Meter Reading: It displays the previous and current readings of your electricity meter.
  • Additional Fees: Additional charges like taxes, surcharges, or service costs.
  • The Due Amount of bill: The amount of bill supposed to be paid by the user or customer.
  • Tariff Details: Information about the rates for different levels of electricity consumption.
  • Due Date: The deadline to pay the bill without incurring late fees.

IESCO Structure

To ensure a continuous supply of electricity and excellent customer service, IESCO has divided its structure into 4 circles, 19 divisions, and 104 subdivisions.  The Circles are led by Superintending Engineers (SEs), while the Divisions are supervised by Executive Engineers (XENs). Subdivisions are managed by Sub Divisional Officers (SDOs), and each division has a Customer Services Officer (CSO).

IESCO Structure

IESCO is responsible for maintaining the electricity distribution network in the administrative districts of Rawalpindi, Chakwal, Attock, Jhelum, and the Federal Capital Islamabad.

Technically, IESCO consists of 108 Grid Stations with a total capacity of 5,224 MVA. It distributes power through 951 Feeders, including AJK.

Circles & Divisions

Islamabad Circle

Islamabad Circle
  • Islamabad Division 1
  • Islamabad Division 2
  • Barakahu Division

Rawalpindi Circle

  • Rawat Division
  • City Division
  • Cantt Division (Rawalpindi)
  • Satellite Town Division
  • Westridge Division
  • Tariqabad Division

Attock Circle 

Attock Circle 
  • Taxila Division
  • Pindigheb Division
  • Attock Division

Jhelum Circle

  • Jhelum Division 1
  • Jhelum Division 2
  • Gujar Khan Division

Chakwal Circle

Chakwal Circle
  • Chakwal Division
  • Talagang Division
  • Dhudial Division
  • Pind Dadan Khan Division

IESCO Helpline

To file a complaint with IESCO you can either visit the head office located at Street # 40 Sector G-7/4 Islamabad or you can send an email at You can also call on their helpline number tel:0519252937.

IESCO Helpline

Tips to Reduce IESCO Bill

To reduce your IESCO bill, you can follow these techniques:

  • Customers should invest in energy-saving appliances or devices in order to save power.
  • All the electronic items should be kept out of plug while not being in use.
  • Practice effective laundry techniques like air-drying clothes and cleaning lint filters.
  • While doing any household chore or task which requires more energy consumption the customer must take advantage of off-peak hours.
  • Develop energy-saving habits like turning off lights and electronics.
  • Use energy-efficient bulbs and make use of natural light.
  • Set air conditioning to higher temperatures and seal windows and doors properly.
  • Schedule routine maintenance for your electrical and appliance systems.
  • To identify the area having any electricity wastage an energy audit is an excellent option to be considered.
  • Improve heating efficiency through insulation and programmable thermostats.

During this time of inflation, the above-mentioned steps can surely help customers to save some money and bring a reduction in their bills.

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