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Nigeria will not reverse privatisation of power sector

Chairman senate committee on power, Gabriel Suswam has advised that government has no intentions of reversing the privatisation of the Nigerian power sector.
Op-ed: Ted Blom on where Eskom tariffs are heading

Nigeria: Electricity tariff increase to take effect on 1 July

NERC warned electricity distribution companies to not mention their name or federal government in any public communications on the tariff increase.
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Nigeria pledges free electricity supply nationwide for two months

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors has aligned with government to provide a two-month period of free electricity supply to all customers.
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Nigeria: Gov and discos will sign a performance improvement plan

Ikeja Electric's chairman has revealed that by June this year the government and discos will sign a performance improvement plan for the supply of energy.

Nigeria settles dispute over construction of Mambilla hydro plant

The Nigerian power minister Sale Mamman said government has settled a legal dispute that was delaying the construction of Mambilla hydro plant project.
Eskom to resume construction of Ariadne-Venus 400kV line

TCN calls for cost-reflective tariffs amid grid expansion efforts in Nigeria

TCN has said that for Nigerians to fully enjoy the benefits of the liberalisation of the power sector, they must pay cost-reflective electricity tariffs.
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Nigerian gov urged to review the privatisation of the power sector

President of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan is calling on the Nigerian government to review the privatisation of the power sector.
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Ikeja Electric signs the willing seller, willing buyer policy

Ikeja Electric has signed an agreement with Omole Phase 1 Estate, to provide reliable services to customers under the Willing Seller, Willing Buyer policy.

Nigeria: TCN implements power transmission project

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has begun the execution of a $170 million power transmission project called the Abuja Feeding Scheme.

Liquidity challenge threatens Nigeria’s power industry

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission has pointed out that financial viability is threatening the sustainability of the country's power industry.

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