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Nigeria: Privatisation of the Power Sector Sparks Debate

Nigeria: Privatisation of the Power Sector Sparks Debate

The former Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Sam Amadi, says the privatisation of the country’s power sector was not the solution to the power sector challenges. “You cannot cure government failure by privatising because privatisation is built upon some basic framework for the public good. My argument is that there are some

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Nigeria: Privatisation of the Power Sector Sparks Debate

The former Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Sam Amadi, says the privatisation of the country’s power sector was not the solution to the power sector challenges. “You cannot cure government failure by privatising because privatisation is built upon some basic framework for public good. My argument is that there are some certain

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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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Ex-NERC Boss, Amadi, Ajaero Fault Power Sector Privatisation

The immediate past Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Sam Amadi, and the Secretary-General of the National Union of Electricity Employees, Mr. Joe Ajaero, have condemned the privatization of the power sector. While Amadi stated that the government’s failure in the sector could not be cured by privatization, Ajaero noted that the private

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Expert Gives Reasons Why Nigeria Lacks Major Waste-to-Power Investments

A waste-to-power project finance specialist, Fatima Ademoh, has disclosed that for many reasons, Nigeria may not see major investments in waste-to-power generation soon despite its huge waste resources,  OGN reports. Ademoh, who is currently developing an embedded waste-to-power plant in the Kuje part of Abuja, stated at the August edition of the monthly power dialogue of

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Nextier Power: DisCos Paid Only 26% Invoices in 2016

Nextier Power, a sector advisory firm in Abuja has supported the federal government’s window for large power customers to buy electricity from the Generation Companies (GenCos) while calling for the quick release of the modalities. The Principal Partner, Nextier, Mr Emeka Okpukpara, who spoke to Daily Trust yesterday about the eligible customer declaration by the

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Eligible Customer- Evaluating the Declaration

Introduction On May 15, 2017, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, the Honourable Minister of Power, Works and Housing, made a declaration that allows certain customers to source electricity directly from Generation Companies (GenCos) and other licensees aside from just Distribution Companies (DisCos). This declaration of Eligible Customers is through the powers of the Honourable Minister as

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