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Posted By Admin on 18th Oct 2017   

The Commissioner for Information, Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Charles Udoh, has disclosed that the state government is putting in place infrastructure to attract foreign investors as opportunity exists to build a gas fired thermal power plant in the state. In a…

Posted By Admin on 18th Oct 2017   

Nigeria’s lingering power sector issues could be addressed with de centralisation of grid,and increased investment in renewable energy resources which will see energy consumers have access to electricity directly from Generation companies without recourse to the Transmission companies of Nigeria,…

Posted By Admin on 18th Oct 2017   

The implementation of the Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO) framework for electricity pricing has again been delayed for the fourth minor review which occurs every six months. Daily Trust reports that the tariff which should now be at an average of…

Posted By Admin on 18th Oct 2017   

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA), Engr. Peter Ewesor has resumed for another four year term in office, the Daily Trust reports.  Engr. Ewesor who is the pioneer Chief Electrical Inspector of the Federation (CEIF)…

Posted By Admin on 17th Oct 2017   

The eleven electricity distribution companies on the platform of the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), yesterday at a workshop disclosed that they have reduced customers’ metering gap to 2.2 million from the five million they inherited since the power…

Posted By Admin on 17th Oct 2017   

The Federal Government has announced that they’re looking into getting new investors in the energy market to boost power production. The Government has commenced negotiations with operators of the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) with a view to ceding some of…

Posted By Admin on 17th Oct 2017   

The Federal Government on Monday charged electricity distribution companies to engage state governments in order to collect the outstanding electricity debt amounting to about N40 billion owed by the Ministries, Departments and Agencies of the various state and local governments.…