There are indications that the Federal Government will this month move to the second phase of the mass metering programme after failing to achieve projected objectives in the first phase.
The nation’s tertiary institutions are reeling under heavy yoke of high electricity bills. In fact, some schools, mostly government-owned, are either disconnected or have been disconnected at one point or the other...
With plans to end the electricity subsidy from next year, Nigerians would have to pay more for the commodity under a new tariff arrangement to be unveiled by the Federal Government.
The All Electricity Consumers Protection Forum (AECPF) says it will monitor the bills of customers for the month of October to ensure that there is no increment by electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos).
ActionAid Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation seeking to eradicate poverty, has urged the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to renege on its plan to increase electricity tariff.
A former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Prof. Kingsley Moghalu; economy economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, erstwhile director-general of the National Electricity Regulation Commission....
ActionAid Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, has decried the alleged resolution by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) directing the 11 Electricity Distribution Companies ...
My attention was recently drawn to an article published in a national daily titled “Investors battle electricity regulator over policy suspension”.
The planned electricity tariffs hike expected to come into effect next Wednesday, yesterday, turned dramatic following a retraction by the Eko Distribution Company.
There are indications that Nigerians will pay more for electricity starting from next week.
Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos), yesterday, denied influencing the suspension of eligible customer policy, which allows direct connection of electricity consumers from generation plants without the utility companies.
One of the biggest threats to Nigeria being able to take a leading role and benefitting maximally from the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is the energy poverty crippling manufacturers and providers of goods and services.