Home Topics Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors

Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors

Federal govt urged to break meter distribution monopoly

The Electricity Meters Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (EMMAN) on Monday in Lagos appealed to the Federal Government to break the monopoly of distribution companies in the sale of meters to electricity consumers.

New regulation threatens N466 billion power sector loans

The nation’s banks could lose over N466 billion exposures to the power sector due to new policy by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC).

Four power plants shut down in two days

The number of power plants that did not generate any megawatts rose from five on Sunday to eight on Monday and one more shut down on Tuesday, the latest data from the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing showed on Wednesday.

Non-payment of bills would worsen irregular power supply – DisCos

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has called on Nigerians to pay their electricity bills promptly as non-payment of electricity bills would worsen the irregular power supply in Nigeria.

Electricity tariff may increase by 61.5 percent – NERC

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), has said that tariff payable by electricity consumers may increase by 61.5 per cent.

Striking workers disrupt power firms’ operations as NUPENG shuns minister

Striking workers under the aegis of the United Labour Congress of Nigeria on Tuesday disrupted the operations of some power distribution companies, as part of measures to make the industrial action effective.

DISCOs blame TCN for power outages

Electricity distribution companies under the aegis of Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors have blamed the Transmission Company of Nigeria and the nation’s transmission infrastructure for outages in the country’s electricity supply and consumption chain.

Electricity consumers can pay for meters – minister

The Federal Government has said that it will not oppose the wishes of electricity consumers that are willing to pay for meters from their distribution companies based on agreement between both parties as endorsed by the power sector regulator.

Recent Stories

Germany’s World Cup defeat: five things we learned

Germany crashed to a shock 1-0 defeat to Mexico in their opening World Cup match in Moscow on Sunday.

Aron Gunnarsson: Iceland battle-ready for Super Eagles

Iceland’s dream World Cup debut may have gotten them a point against two-time champions Argentina, but Aron Gunnarsson and his teammates are already putting that result behind them as they move on to the challenge of Nigeria.

Mexico football fans cause earthquake as they celebrate win over Germany

Mexico football fans are believed to have caused a minor earthquake as they celebrated their team's shock win over Germany at the World Cup.

Mino Raiola: Mario Balotelli would fit in at Marseille

Mario Balotelli would be well suited to a move to Marseille according to agent Mino Raiola, who said the Italian striker can "marry well with the Marseillais mentality".

Paul Pogba: I’m the ‘most criticised player in the world’

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba claims he has gone from "the biggest transfer in the world to the most criticised player in the world".