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  1. Nigeria Business News

    Business Consumers kick, slam NERC, DisCos over 50% tariff hike – Newtelegraph

    Electricity consumers, yesterday, protested the planned 50 per cent tariff increment by the electricity distribution companies (DisCos). The 50 per cent tariff increase, which is expected to begin from April 1, will raise the average tariff from the… Read more via Newtelegraph –...
  2. Nigeria Business News

    Business NERC caps estimated billing, issues April 30 deadline for metering – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Worried about the low level of prepaid meters deployment to electricity consumers, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), has capped the amount, otherwise known as estimated bills that distribution companies can charge unmetered consumers.... Read more via The Guardian Nigeria...
  3. Nigeria Business News

    Business Power: Nat’l grid no longer sustainable —Momoh – Vanguard News

    ABUJA— The management of Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, has commenced a process that would trigger the construction of smart mini-grid system in the urban and rural communities across the country. Chairman of NERC, Professor James Momoh, who disclosed this while speaking...
  4. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Nigerians To Get 18-Hour Electricity Supply Soon – Sale Mamman, Power Minister – Nairaland

    The Minister of Power, Engr. Sale Mamman has assured Nigerians of 18-hour electricity supply daily once the country hits 7,000 megawatts power generation and distribution. Mamman stated that the country would hit 7,000MW power generation target by the end of 2020. However, he explained that...
  5. Nigeria Business News

    Business Low metering responsible for electricity estimated billing – NERC – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), says the recurring complaints by its customers on estimated billing is due to low metering status in the sector. Dr Moses Arigu,the NERC Consumer … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and World News –...
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    Wealthy, Not Poor Nigerians Stealing Electricity, NERC Claims – THISDAYLIVE

    The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has disclosed that wealthy Nigerians, and not poor members of the society, engage more in theft of electricity supplied to them by either tampering with their meters or connecting illegally to service points. NERC’s Commissioner for Finance …...
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