The review is in accordance with regulatory policies to reflect current macroeconomic realities of the country.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) disclosed it had increased power transmission capacity beyond 8,100 megawatts recorded in 2018.
The new electricity tariffs introduced by NERC will be effective from April 1, the power distribution companies (DisCos) have disclosed.
Nigerians will start paying more on electricity supply as the Federal Government is planning on increasing electricity tariffs.
LCCI has called on FG to stop the import duty and taxes imposed on solar equipment such as batteries and inverters in the country. #LCCI #FG
Nigerians may have to brace up for nationwide blackouts as electricity workers in the country begin an indefinite strike starting this morning.
Well, Nigeria built no power infrastructure for years. From1990 to 2001, no new power plants were built, even as the population increased.
The long-awaited answer to Nigeria’s power crisis, especially in the distribution and storage segments of the electricity value chain, may be around the corner.
Billionaire investor and businessman, @realFemiOtedola, has revealed plans to shift focus to power with a plan to invest $1bn into Geregu Power Plc, following the recent...
Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC) has been awarded awarded a $5.8 billion hydroelectric power plant. Minister of Power, Works and Housing Mr. Babatunde Fashola disclosed that...