8 Dec 2020
Nigeria's Osogbo-based national electricity grid has failed electricity consumers more than 126 times since the nation’s power sector was privatised in 2013...
28 Oct 2020
The Chief Executive Officer of Century Power Generation Limited, Dr Chukwueloka Umeh has said the Federal Government’s retention of 60% equity stake in the power generation companies and 40% equity stake in the Distribution Companies ...
5 Aug 2020
The problem in Nigeria’s power sector is not rocket science, and if it's rocket science, you have rocket scientists that are able to deal with it. There's no reason why we shouldn't get it right.
8 Jul 2020
While Nigeria may have shelved the planned increase in electricity tariff to the first quarter next year, the nation’s power generation companies (GenCos)
5 Jul 2020
Sen. Gabriel Suswam ,Chairman,Senate Committee on Power has said the committee will soon present its findings...
16 Jun 2020
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.
10 Jun 2020
Power Generation Companies in Nigeria (GenCos), have described the call by the Senate to cancel the privatisation exercise of the power sector as premature.
7 Jun 2020
The plain assessment is that we have not achieved the strategic objective of the privatisation. I think it is better to talk about the over 16 years of the power sector reform.
5 Jun 2020
Nothing less than N122.79 billion has been lost by Nigeria's power generation companies (GenCos) between January to May this year.
6 May 2020
Electricity generation companies (GenCos) in Nigeria, have again raised an alarm over the epileptic performance of the nation’s national grid. Section 15.3.1 of the national grid code states that the Frequency shall be maintained at 50 Hz. This means that the National Control Centre, overseen by the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), would control the…
6 Apr 2020
The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) has in five years paid N240 billion to five power-generating companies (GenCos) for electricity not allegedly used by consumers.