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4 May
AMID poor generation, the 11 Distribution Companies (DisCos) operating across the country, yesterday, denied rejecting 2,495.3 megawatts electricity within a week. Executive Director, Research and Advocacy for the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors...
21 Apr
The Federal Government is looking at ending tariff shortfall, averaging N200 billion yearly, in the power sector by the end of the year.
23 Mar
Over time, the electricity generating companies have warned Nigerians of imminent national blackout across the country owing to mounting debts among others.
17 Mar
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) will conduct a minor tariff review every six months to reflect the economic situation, especially the disparity between naira and other major currencies, specifically the dollar.
16 Mar
Barely 24 hours after the nation’s electricity crashed at about 10:40 a.m. on Monday, the grid collapsed again yesterday evening. Most Distribution Companies (DisCos) have already issued notices to their customers regretting the situation.
8 Mar
The 11 electricity distribution companies yesterday, in Abuja, insisted that payment for meters by end-users remains justified despite the mass-metering programme of the government
22 Feb
The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) has called on the Federal Government to revoke the licences of the electricity distribution companies (Discos)
16 Feb
The recent show of power between Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) and Oyo State Government is merely symptomatic of the deep crisis in the power sector generally
7 Feb
An Ikeja High Court has fixed March 2 for hearing of a suit against Ikeja Electric and Eko Electricity Distribution Company over their failure to implement the order capping estimated billing of some of their customers.
28 Jan
The postponed fears by most stakeholders in the Nigerian electricity market is nowhere, as the weak structure of electricity companies, especially the 11 distribution firms (DisCos) and government-induced bottlenecks...
25 Jan
As Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry continues to gasp over growing financial illiquidity, the Federal Government may spend about N40 billion to reduce outstanding electricity
23 Jan
The power sector was privatised by the Federal Government on November 1, 2013, with the expectation that supply to homes and industries would by now exceed 40, 000 Megawatts (MW).

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