Power Sector And Other Related News Stories For Tuesday May 7th 2024

Posted by News Room May 7, 2024

AEDC Reduces Electricity Tariffs For Customers In Abuja, Nasarawa, Others

The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has announced a reduction in the price of electricity tariff for Band A customers from N225/kWh to N206.80/kWh.

The AEDC made the announcement in a tweet on Monday, May 6.

It reads: “We are pleased to share with you the revised tariff for our Band A feeders, which will decrease from N225/kWh to N206.80/kWh effective today, May 6th 2024.



Nigerians Reject Electricity Tariff Cut, Demand Total Reversal

Nigerians on Monday rejected  the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission’s reduction of the tariff payable by Band A customers from N225/kWh to N206.8/kWh.

The Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress, Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, electricity consumers and civil society organizations, in separate interviews with The PUNCH, demanded a reversal of the hike to the subsidy era tariff.



Nigeria’s Apparent Jinx Of Darkness: An Optimistic View, By Tolu Ogunlesi

Nigeria’s power sector happens to be one of the knottiest sectors of the economy, daily driving consumers and administrators to despair. Electricity in the 21st century is something that has come to be taken for granted in many parts of the world, and yet here we are in Nigeria seemingly unable to figure it out.



Nigeria Cuts Electricity Supplies To Benin Republic, Togo, Niger To Boost Domestic Supply

The electricity regulator, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) ordered a department within the Transmission Company of Nigeria, the System Operator (SO), to cap power supply to the three neigbhouring customers to six per cent.



TCN Highlights Progress, Challenges In Electricity Sector

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has provided insights into recent efforts to improve electricity supply across the country.

Speaking Monday in Abuja during an interactive session with civil society organizations and public stakeholders, the Assistant Managing Director of TCN, Muhammed Aminu Tahir, addressed concerns and highlighted achievements in the sector.



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