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Consultation Paper for the Review Of The Transmission Company Of Nigeria (TCN) Tariff Under The Multi-Year Tariff Order Methodology (2015)

Consultation Paper for the Review Of The Transmission Company Of Nigeria (TCN) Tariff Under The Multi-Year Tariff Order Methodology (2015)

This consultation brief explains the pricing principle in determining the revenue requirement for transmission. Source: NERC www.nercng.org Click ‘Download’ above for full document

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Recovery of Cost of Electricity Supply in the Nigerian Power Sector (2013)

This study analysed revenue generation in the power sector to determine the extent to which it covers the operational cost of electricity supply in the Nigerian power sector. The study also examined whether increase in tariff has significantly increased revenue and the impact of the increase in power generated during the study period. The study

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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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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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An Economic Assessment of the Reform of Nigerian Electricity Market

This paper makes a critical assessment of the proposed reform of the electricity market in Nigeria. It highlights some of the challenges such as severe electricity crisis due to the appalling state of power infrastructures, double digit transmission losses and low tariffs. Empirical investigation was conducted using a Linear Programming optimization model via General Algebraic

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