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Nigeria Needs Stable Financial System to Boost Power Supply – MAN

Nigeria Needs Stable Financial System to Boost Power Supply – MAN

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has said a stable and enabling financial environment is critical to enhanced power supply in the country. It noted that so much investment would be required to help the power sector increase its capacity at the distribution level. President, MAN, Dr. Frank Jacobs, explained that power supply is key


Eko Disco Targets 20% Annual Power Generation Growth by 2020

Eko Electricity Distribution Company (Eko Disco) has commenced work on a plan to grow generation by 20 percent each year to 1,000 megawatts (MW) for its electricity networks by 2020. The company would, however, give supply to only those customers willing and able to pay the set price which is likely to be between N24


EKEDC to Generate 1000mw Via Embedded Power Project

Eko Electricity Distribution Company of Nigeria Plc has concluded plans to generate over 1000mw of electricity through embedded  power generation model  by 2019 , Mr Brent Hampton,  vice president,  Project Services of the power distribution firm,  has said. Hampton who spoke in Lagos recently during  a one day workshop  on embedded  power project organised  by the


Nigeria: Sharp Practices – Eko Disco Develops Code of Conduct

Eko Electricity Distribution Company, EKEDC (Eko Disco) said it has developed a new code of conduct for its staff, warning that it will not hesitate to sanction any of its personnel engaged in unethical conducts, especially against its customers. “The company has developed a new code of conduct to guide its staff in their interaction

Consumers to Pay More for Alternative Power

The embedded power generation model being explored by the distribution companies to boost grid electricity supply in the country will make supply more reliable, but with added cost to consumers, stakeholders have said. The model, which is fast becoming an option for some of the distribution companies, involved private producers generating electricity from small plants

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