Daily Archives: April 14, 2017

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Eko Disco To Recover N1.3bn Debts

Eko Disco To Recover N1.3bn Debts

The Management of Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc (EKEDCP) on Thursday said that over N 1.33 billion was yet to be collected from customers for their bills in March. Its Chief Executive Officer, Mr Oladele Amoda, disclosed this during a stakeholders’ consultative forum with Lekki customers in Lagos to rub minds on how to address

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Lagos Eyes 3000MW of Electricity

Lagos State Government said it plans to build about 3000megawatts (MW) of electricity power plant that would boost the state’s economy. The State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode who spoke during the Oil and Gas Trainers’ Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) 2017 Inauguration of its National Executive Council members in Lagos, said the government is committed to providing

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IBEDC Distributes Transformers To Customers in 70 Communities

Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company has announced the distribution of 21 transformers across its franchise area spanning Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Kwara as well as parts of Ekiti, Niger and Kogi states. The IBEDC said in a statement that the transformers were distributed last month, energising over 7,000 customers in 70 communities. It said the communities comprised

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DRC Explores Power Imports From South Africa

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Chamber of Commerce said this week that they are looking at South Africa for power imports to help its struggling mining sector. With low dam levels affecting reliable power supply, output in the continent’s top copper producer is dwindling, reports Engineering News. According to media, should the rain remain


ExxonMobil To Make Fresh Investment In Power Sector

ExxonMobil, an international oil company operating in Nigeria, has indicated interest to make fresh investment in the country’s power sector, making it the second IOC to declare such intention this year. ExxonMobil is currently building a power plant in Qua Iboe in Akwa State. In January, Eni signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Nigerian


Nigeria To Ramp Up Power Generation

Nigeria’s minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, has pledged that within a period of six days, the federal government will ramp up power generation to 4,000MW. During a televised interview on Sunday, Fashola said: “In six days’ time, we will restore generation to 4,000MW.” “By the time you have the hydro station back

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