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EKEDC Celebrates Amoda at Retirement, Book Presentation

EKEDC Celebrates Amoda at Retirement, Book Presentation

The management of the Eko Electricity Distribution Company has expressed appreciation to its former Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Oladele Amoda (an engineer), who retired from the company after 35 years of service. It was at a programme held at the Eko Hotels and Suites, where Amoda’s autobiography, titled Forget not his Benefits,  was also

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Power Privatisation: 60% Customers Support Exercise, 37% Others Kick at Dialogue

A cross section of electricity customers and stakeholders reviewed the power privatisation of 2013, with 60 percent supporting it and 37 percent others dismissing it as the wrong way toward improving electricity supply. At the monthly Power Dialogue organised by Nextier Power in Abuja on Wednesday, key sector experts converged to review the privatisation in

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[Communique] February 2017 Nextier Power Dialogue on Electricity Tariffs

Tariff payments are the lifeline of the electricity supply industry without which the various parties in the sector cannot meet their financial obligations. All parties in the sector agree that Nigeria’s electricity tariffs are not cost-reflective. Furthermore, delays in the full implementation of the tariff have impacted consumer payments which in turn have exacerbated the

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[Communique] December 2016 Nextier Power Dialogue

PREAMBLE 1  On Thursday, December 15, 2016, Nextier Power, through its initiative, Nigeria Electricity Hub, organised its monthly Nextier Power Dialogue to address the liquidity issues in Nigeria’s electricity value chain. The discourse was held at the Thought Pyramid Art Centre in Wuse 2, Abuja. 2  The guest speakers included Dr. Joy Ogaji (Executive Secretary,

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[Communiqué] Nextier Power Distribution Roundtable: Unravelling Liquidity Issues in Nigeria’s Electricity Supply Industry

PREAMBLE Nigeria’s electricity supply market is in a liquidity crisis and is currently cash flow insolvent.  The shortfall in the market could be about N1 trillion by December 2016.  These shortfalls affect the entire market and pose the risk of a complete shutdown of the electricity supply market.  On Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Nextier Power

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[Communiqué] September 2016 Nextier Power Dialogue: Assessing the Impact of Mini and Micro Grids in Nigeria’s Electricity Market

PREAMBLE 1.  On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, Nextier Power, through its initiative, Nigeria Electricity Hub, organised its monthly Nextier Power Dialogue to discuss the impact of mini and micro grids in Nigeria’s electricity market. The discourse was held at the Thought Pyramid Art Centre in Wuse 2, Abuja. 2.  The guest speakers included Yusuf Suleiman

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