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Evaluation of the Roadmap to Power Sector Reforms in a Developing Economy (2012)

Evaluation of the Roadmap to Power Sector Reforms in a Developing Economy (2012)

The recent roadmap of the current Government in Nigeria, towards power sector reform, is evaluated in this paper using some yardsticks that are very potent to the success of the electricity industry.  Government-motivated policies such as institutionalisation of MYTO, asset management of successor companies, and policies on the generating, transmission, and distribution companies are discussed

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A Credible Tariff Framework for the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (2016)

NIAF was the principal technical partner of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) in developing a new tariff framework that conforms with the new policy directives and regulatory path of the current political administration. The Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO) Framework needed to be updated, based on newly developed guidelines. This process required significant interactions with

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Electricity Prices are rising – why?

This document from NERC provides answers to questions concerning the increase in electricity tariffs. The increase in electricity prices will cause short-term discomfort but it is in the best interests of the sector and is a long-awaited step in the right direction. NERC has put in place several palliative measures to cushion the effects of

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Multi Year Tariff Order (MYTO) Methodology, 2007

This document was developed and published by NERC (Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission) to fulfill its mandate to set tariffs and dictate the tariff-forming methodology (a mandate given to it in the Electricity Power Sector Reform Act of 2005) Following a call for citizen input, the document in its second part, outlines the method to be

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MYTO 2.1 – Multi Year Tariff Order for 2015-2018, NERC

In this document, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission lays out electricity tariffs for the period of April 2015 to December 2018. In this amended document, it is noted that risk of collection losses NOT be transferred to paying customers via higher tariffs. In addition, the aggregate technical, commercial and collection (ATC& C) costs were adjusted

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Multi Year Tariff Order for 08 – 13, NERC

This document is superseded by the Multi Year Tariff Order 2.1 for 2015 – 2018, also available here in the Power Library This document provides a framework and a five year tariff plan for the period between July, 2008 and June, 2013. It was introduced by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) in the bid

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New Electricity Tariff Expected to Attract N1.36tr Investments in 5 Years

The new multi-year tariff order may raise the country’s yearly investment profile by N1.36 trillion over the next five years, The Guardian reports. Specifically, capital expenditure included in the Transmission Use of System (TUOS) are N206.212 billion in 2016; N418.504 billion in 2017; N265.203 billion in 2018; N247.828 billion in 2019 and N224.395 billion in

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Confusion Over NERC’s Stand on Electricity Tariff

To be or not be? That is the question or the state of confusion facing Nigerians as regards electricity tariff. The confusion is aggravated by the recent declaration of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC that it is not going to increase electricity tariff by 40 percent. Chairman of NERC, Dr. Sam Amadi, said the

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