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.
Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, yesterday summoned all Distribution Companies, DISCOs, and other relevant stakeholderstolders to a meeting on way forward over metering of customers to discourage estimated billings. This according to the regulator, […]
The Nigeria System Operator (NSO) statistics updates revealed that Nigeria’s power generation dropped to 1,973 megawatts (mw) on Thursday, 19th of January, as opposed to the 3,100mw obtained at the weekend before. In the […]
The Jos Electricity Distribution (JED) Company has raised an alarm over constant attack of its staff by some electricity consumers and vandalisation of its properties. JED threatened that the company will, moving forward, disconnect any […]