DisCos explain continuous poor power supply
Despite efforts to expand electricity transmission lines, and improve supply to end-users, power distribution companies (DisCos) have said the plans may fail
Coronavirus puts flawed electricity tariff hike to test
Nigeria’s electricity supply industry faces yet another regulatory summersault, as the National Assembly, on Monday, toppled plans to increase cost of electricity supply by as much as 50 per cent.
Buhari and the electricity crisis
The way things are going, there may be nothing to reckon with the Buhari administration except the unbridled increases in electricity tariff without a commensurate power supply improvement.
Why tariff increase won’t solve power sector woes
The financial crisis rocking Nigeria’s electricity sector might not abate despite the move by the Federal Government to increase tariff next month. Privatised in 2013 to reverse epileptic power supply and survive without overdependence on government resources...
6 million households await meters as DisCos brace for new electricity tariff
Despite unmet metering gaps to over six million customers/households, some electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) have begun to inform customers that tariff will rise from July 1
Federal Government allays fears of dismantling of DisCos
The Federal Government has doused tension on the purported revocation of licences of distribution companies (DisCos), stressing that there is need to make the sector work.
FG, GenCos may land in UK court over N13.2b electricity bill
The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) and the promoter of Omotosho and Olorunsogo power generation companies (GenCos), Sepco Pacific Energy Partners Limited, are at loggerheads over electricity invoices hovering around N13.2 billion.
Electricity bills go haywire, as DisCos deny tariff hike
Despite the appeal by the National Assembly and power sector stakeholders for a two-month electricity bill waiver for vulnerable Nigerians...