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DisCos: We’ve offered to return our licences twice — FG refused

    DisCos: We’ve offered to return our licences twice — FG refused

Electricity distribution companies in the country say they have offered to return their licences to the federal government on two different occasions. Sunday Oduntan, executive director of research and advocacy of

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EXTRA: Stop calling us NEPA if you want electricity, say DisCos

    EXTRA: Stop calling us NEPA if you want electricity, say DisCos

Sunday Oduntan, executive director of research and advocacy, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), has asked Nigerians to stop calling its members NEPA.  ANED is the umbrella body of electricity

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New electricity tariff to kick in from April

    New electricity tariff to kick in from April

The electricity distribution companies (DisCos) say they will begin the implementation of a new tariff  from April. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) had announced a review of the multi-year

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DisCos are responsible for meters, NERC tackles ANED

    DisCos are responsible for meters, NERC tackles ANED

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) says it is the obligation of the distribution companies (DisCos) to ensure that consumers are provided with meters under the Meter Asset Providers (MAPs)

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Lai claims 7,000MW, Adesina says 4,500MW… what’s the truth about Nigeria’s power generation?

  Lai claims 7,000MW, Adesina says 4,500MW… what’s the truth about Nigeria’s power generation?

Within 24 hours, two prominent figures have churned out conflicting figures on Nigeria’s current power generation capacity. On Tuesday, Lai

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DISCOs: Electricity tariff MAY go up in 2017

  DISCOs: Electricity tariff MAY go up in 2017

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributor (ANED) says electricity tariff may go up again in 2017, but this time, “modestly”.

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