Islamabad Electric Supply Company

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Islamabad Electric Supply Company
TypePublic utility
IndustryElectric power
Founded1998; 23 years ago (1998)
Headquarters,
Pakistan
Key people
Abdul Razzaq (CEO)
Websiteiesco.com.pk

Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) (Urdu: مشارکتِ برائے ترسیلِ برق اسلام آباد‎) is an electric utility company in Islamabad, incorporated in 1998.[1] IESCO was formed in 1998 to take over the assets, functions and responsibilities of the erstwhile Islamabad Area Electricity Board, which was then a division of WAPDA. IESCO's core function is to supply, distribute and sell power (electricity) in the area from Attock to Jhelum, and from the river Indus to River Neelum in Kashmir. It services 2.8 million consumers directly, but touches the lives of more than 25 mln people living in the 6 districts its services.

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  1. ^ "Company Overview of Islamabad Electric Supply Company Limited". www.iesco.com.pk. Retrieved 1 January 2019.

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