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    Metro Stop calling us #NEPA if you want electricity, say DisCos - The Cable

    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 distribution companies (DisCos). Speaking during a programme on TVC, he said if...
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    Business NERC Gives 11 DISCO Companies 4 Months To Provide Meters For Consumers

    The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has given the 11 electricity distribution companies (Discos) in Nigeria a four-month deadline to provide meters to all the maximum demand (MD) consumers under their networks or face sanctions. The commission said it was acting in line with...
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    Politics APC Senator 'Blasts' Fashola, “Discos Now Distributing Darkness to Nigerians”

    All Progressives Congress (APC) Senator and the Chairman, Senate Committee on Domestic Debt and Loans, Shehu Sani has expressed deep concern over the darkness being experienced across the country. He stressed that no excuse by power stakeholders was cogent enough to substantive hardships that...
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    Metro Lagos: See The 4 Areas That Will Experience Power Outage For 4 Weeks

    Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) on Monday announced that, there will be power rationing in Lekki, Ikoyi, Victoria Island and some parts of Ajah. This will commence from May 3. In a statement signed by the General Manager, Corporate Communications Unit of EKEDC, Godwin Idemudia...
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    Business Nigerians Are Paying Outrageous Electricity Bills Since 2013 - NERC

    Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission on Thursday explained that investigations into the various metering claims presented to it by power distribution companies had commenced as it realized that several consumers were receiving outrageous bills. The Acting Head/Chief Executive Officer...
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    Business Nigeria: Power Generation Crumbles To 0MW For Hours [PUNCH]

    Nigeria’s power generation collapsed completely on Thursday at exactly 12.58pm to zero megawatt and this persisted for about three hours, PUNCH reports. Data from the country’s System Operator showed that around 1pm on Thursday, no power generation company in Nigeria produced a single megawatt...
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    Metro Nigerian Army, Ministries and Agencies Owe N60 Billion In Electricity Bills - ANED

    The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has claimed ministries, departments, agencies and the Nigerian Army are owing the Distribution Companies (DISCOs) N60 billion from 2015 to February. The Executive Director of ANED, Sunday Oduntan, said this on Tuesday at a news...
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    Business Power Generation Drops Further to 3,697MW

    Despite the recent increment in electricity tariff hike, consumers are seriously groaning under pangs of outages, with power generation sliding to 3,697 Mega Watts (MW) from the 5,074 its recorded earlier February. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) had earlier assured that...
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    Metro Nigerians React to NLC Protest Against Electricity Tariff Hike

    The organized labour in collaboration with the civil society organizations embarked on a peaceful protest against the 45 per cent hike in electricity tariffs as hordes of protesting workers grounded business activities in Abuja today (Monday). Related: Labour, Civil Societies Shut Down Abuja...
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    Business No Meter, No New Electricity Connection – NERC

    The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has mandated the 11 distribution companies (Discos) not to connect new customers except they are provided with meters as there are over three million customers without meters in the country This was announced yesterday in a statement by its...
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