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Power Sector Reform: Amending the Market Rules (2015)

Power Sector Reform: Amending the Market Rules (2015)

NIAF has been instrumental in the amendment to the market rules, updating these to reflect the envisioned market structure and operational mechanism. Progression into Transitional Electricity Market (TEM) was conditional on successful completion of this intervention. Source: NIAF Knowledge www.niafng.org Click ‘Download’ above for full document

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Improving Market Efficiency: Low-income consumers and the power sector reforms (2015)

NIAF provided support to NERC to find out who the poor consumers of electricity are, what challenges they face, how much they pay for electricity and their willingness to pay for improved service.  By developing a low-income survey model for monitoring the market from a demand perspective, baseline information required by NERC to fulfil the

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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


TCN Transmission Projects – Technical Due Diligence (2016)

NIAF’s Technical Due Diligence has become a critical enabler for crafting viable and practical solutions for the completion of stalled TCN projects. Unlike previous years where insufficient budgetary allocations to capital expenditure by the Government was prevalent, this Technical Due Diligence has informed the Federal Government, TCN and the National Assembly to make adequate appropriation


Power Sector Reform: TEM Implementation (2015)

A publication from the knowledge portal of the Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF), reports on the role of NIAF in preparing the sector for TEM, covering many clients and complexities across the value chain. This briefing note explores NIAF’s interventions which helped prepare the sector for this significant milestone. With commencement of the TEM, Nigeria’s


Power Sector Reform: DisCo Sustainability (2015)

A publication from the knowledge portal of the Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF), outlines the approach led by NIAF to devise a critical path for all 11 DisCos to achieve a state of readiness necessary for operating within the Transitional Electricity Market (TEM). Source: NIAF Knowledge www.niafng.org Click ‘Download’ above for full document


NIAF, Experts Propose Bailout as Chronic Illiquidity Threatens Power Sector

Fears that the Nigerian privatised electricity market may be heading for an unanticipated halt and requires a quick bailout to guarantee a successful launch have been expressed by industry experts including the Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF). In addition to a recent analysis and report of activities in the market by NIAF, experts who spoke

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