Daily Archives: October 9, 2017


Energy Theft: EEDC Introduces Whistle Blowing

Energy Theft: EEDC Introduces Whistle Blowing

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company, EEDC, Friday, announced the introduction of whistle blowing policy. The policy, according to the company’s head of communications, Mr. Emeka Ezeh, is a measure to checkmate endless power theft. Ezeh said apart from the ‎whistle blowing, the EEDC would also henceforth “start revealing the identities of individuals involved in this


Nigerian Manufacturers Self-Generate 13,223 Megawatts of Power

As persistent power outages continue to haunt industrial zones, causing production shortfalls and raising cost, Nigerian manufacturers are increasingly generating power on their own, with annual self-generating capacity in the industry put at 13,223 megawatts, Business Dayreports. The figure emerged from a survey undertaken by Adeola Adenikinju, professor of economics at the University of Ibadan,


ECOWAS Commission to Invest $35 Billion in Nigeria’s Power Sector

President of the ECOWAS Commission, Marcel de Souza, has urged international communities, investors and experts in the energy sector to give priority to investing in Nigeria’s power sector, as this would certainly contribute to improving access to electricity in the entire sub-region, The Guardian reports. The President made this appeal at the opening session of

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