Power Sector And Other Related News Stories For Thursday April 25th 2024

Posted by News Room April 25, 2024

Nigeria’s Private Sector Clamours For Review Of Power Tariff

Private sector players are urging the Nigerian government to suspend the increase in electricity tariff for band A customers, citing the recent appreciation of the naira, a part of the determining factor for the tariff. Segun Ajayi-Kadir, Director General of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, joins CNBC Africa for this and more.



Sale Of Discos…Experts, Labour Want Debt-ridden Firms Unbundled

Ahead of the federal government’s plan to sell the electricity distribution companies (DisCos) under the management of banks and the Asset Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON), stakeholders have str essed the need to prioritise unbundling the DisCos along state lines.



Power blackout: Nigerians express frustration, want speedy resolution of crisis

Small business operators and residents in parts of the country have continued to decry the almost total power outage in their area, which has almost paralysed business activities.

The development, they said, had impacted negatively on both their economic and social lives.



Ekiti Joins Enugu, Emerges Second State To Establish Electricity Regulatory Body

Ekiti has emerged as the second state to float its own electricity regulatory body, after the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) announced earlier that Enugu had signified its intention to fully exit the control of the apex industry regulator.



How Metering Will Enhance Investment Growth In Sector – Olatunbosun

The Chief Executive Officer, De-Haryor Global Services Limited, Engr. Ashade Olatunbosun, said increased metering of households, businesses and other customers would enhance investment and growth in Nigeria’s power sector.




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