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Meter Asset Provider

14 Dec 2019
Chief Executive Officer of the Jos Electricity Distribution (JED) Plc, Ude Shankar Mitshell, has disclosed that they have plans of distributing 500,000 meters in tiers to their customers in Plateau.
11 Dec 2019
The Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, has said that effective metering of electricity consumers remains the best option to help distribution companies get more money to pay generating companies.
5 Oct 2019
The BEDC Electricity Plc. has flagged off the Meter Asset Provider (MAP) by rolling out prepaid meters to its customers in Delta State, with Asaba as its takeoff point, and a promise to provide 200, 000 units in two years.
15 May 2019
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has given approval to CWG Plc to serve as the Meter Asset Provider (MAP) for Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC). CWG came top among the seven approved MAP Vendors for Ibadan Electric. The Group Head, Brand and Marketing Communications, CWG Plc, Mrs. Anthonia Ehanmo disclosed this to Journalists in…
17 Apr 2019
With about 4.7 million unmetered consumers projected to double in a couple of years, stakeholders in the energy sector have aligned with the federal government’s Meter Asset Provider (MAP) regulations to close the metering gap and its attendant challenges in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry.     The Managing Director, Mojec International Limited, Chantelle Abdul, explained…
28 Jan 2019
Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has disclosed that Distribution Companies (DisCos) must answer their failure to meter Nigerians based on existing contracts. This, he, said was despite government’s new Meter Asset Provider (MAP) policy. He stated this at the inauguration of a chemical and engineering laboratory at Ijora-Olopa, Lagos, which was upgraded…
29 Mar 2018
The Meter Asset Provider (MAP) regulation is aimed at closing the metering gap and its attendant challenges in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has said.     In a renewed bid to ensure that electricity customers only pay for what they actually consume, NERC has approved a regulation that…

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