He said: “The parliamentarians who enacted the laws guiding the 2005 power sector reforms deserve some commendations. However, there is need for improvement because anything done by men and women is not perfect. Whenever there is a rethink on legislations on any issue, the people, who elected the parliamentarians, must come in. This is the time, in which people, must speak to their representatives on laws that require some amendments or modifications. This is what lobbying is all about.
The fraudulent practice of bypassing the normal function of electricity meter by some consumers may have become a nightmare to operators in the electricity sector. The just concluded West African Energy Summit, at Eko Hotels and […]
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, of Eko Electricity Distribution Company, said Nigeria requires about 88,282 Mega Watts (MW) to meet the demand of its fast growing economy by 2020 . The director, who […]
United Capital Plc, in partnership with United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has assigned bank guarantees valued at N50.59 billion to the Generation Companies (GenCos) on behalf of the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) […]