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  •  The National Bureau of Statistics NBS says the number of Electricity Distribution Companies DisCos customers in Nigeria increased from 10 37 million in 2020 to 10 51 million in 2021 This is according to the NBS Nigeria Electricity Report 2021 released in Abuja on Monday The report focuses on energy billed revenue generated and customers by DISCOS under the reviewed period The report said the number of metered customers rose by 36 18 per cent from 3 51 million in 2020 to 4 77 million in 2021 It however said estimated billing customers decreased by 16 32 per cent from 6 86 million in 2020 to 5 74 million in 2021 The report showed that in total electricity billed in 2021 grew by 5 98 per cent from 22 042 28 Gwh in 2020 to 23 360 59 Gwh in 2021 The report also shows that in 2021 total revenue collected by DISCOs stood at N761 17 billion an increase of 44 50 per cent compared to N526 77 billion in 2020 It said that the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company AEDC recorded the highest number of metered customers in 2021 at 701 781 while Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC recorded the least with 65 098 The report said Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company IEDC recorded the highest electricity supplied in 2021 with 4 088 62 Gwh while YEDC recorded the lowest at 422 00 Gwh Similarly the report said the highest revenue collected was by IEDC with 155 012 01 million while the least collection was recorded in YEDC with 9 804 00m million NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Electricity customers increase to 10.51m in 2021
     The National Bureau of Statistics NBS says the number of Electricity Distribution Companies DisCos customers in Nigeria increased from 10 37 million in 2020 to 10 51 million in 2021 This is according to the NBS Nigeria Electricity Report 2021 released in Abuja on Monday The report focuses on energy billed revenue generated and customers by DISCOS under the reviewed period The report said the number of metered customers rose by 36 18 per cent from 3 51 million in 2020 to 4 77 million in 2021 It however said estimated billing customers decreased by 16 32 per cent from 6 86 million in 2020 to 5 74 million in 2021 The report showed that in total electricity billed in 2021 grew by 5 98 per cent from 22 042 28 Gwh in 2020 to 23 360 59 Gwh in 2021 The report also shows that in 2021 total revenue collected by DISCOs stood at N761 17 billion an increase of 44 50 per cent compared to N526 77 billion in 2020 It said that the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company AEDC recorded the highest number of metered customers in 2021 at 701 781 while Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC recorded the least with 65 098 The report said Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company IEDC recorded the highest electricity supplied in 2021 with 4 088 62 Gwh while YEDC recorded the lowest at 422 00 Gwh Similarly the report said the highest revenue collected was by IEDC with 155 012 01 million while the least collection was recorded in YEDC with 9 804 00m million NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Electricity customers increase to 10.51m in 2021
    Economy4 months ago

    Electricity customers increase to 10.51m in 2021

    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), says the number of Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) customers in Nigeria increased from 10.37 million in 2020 to 10.51 million in 2021. This is according to the NBS Nigeria Electricity Report 2021 released in Abuja on Monday.

    The report focuses on energy billed, revenue generated and customers by DISCOS under the reviewed period.

    The report said the number of metered customers rose by 36.18 per cent from 3.51 million in 2020 to 4.77 million in 2021. It, however, said estimated billing customers decreased by 16.32 per cent from 6.86 million in 2020 to 5.74 million in 2021. The report showed that in total, electricity billed in 2021 grew by 5.98 per cent from 22,042.28 (Gwh) in 2020 to 23,360.59 (Gwh) in 2021. The report also shows that in 2021, total revenue collected by DISCOs stood at N761.17 billion, an increase of 44.50 per cent compared to N526.77 billion in 2020. It said that the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) recorded the highest number of metered customers in 2021 at 701,781, while Yola Electricity Distribution Company (YEDC) recorded the least with 65,098. The report said Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IEDC) recorded the highest electricity supplied in 2021 with 4,088.62 Gwh, while YEDC recorded the lowest at 422.00 Gwh. Similarly, the report said the highest revenue collected was by IEDC with 155,012.01 million while the least collection was recorded in YEDC with 9,804.00m million.


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  •  Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariffTariffMaiduguri Nov 2 2020 The Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC says it has effected the revised tariff for its customers in Borno Adamawa Yobe and Taraba on Nov 1 Mr Kingsley Nkemneme YEDC Senior Manager Corporate Communications said this in a statement in Maiduguri on Monday Prepaid customers will vend on revised tariff while postpaid customers would have theirs reflected in November 2020 electricity bills that would be distributed in December Kindly note that YEDC customers are categorised under BANDS C D and E The approved revised service based tariff only affects customers under BANDS C with 31 per cent reduction while customers on BANDS D and E remain frozen therefore no tariff increase Nkemneme said He urged customers not to hesitate to visit the company s website or nearest office for information regarding its services
    Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariff
     Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariffTariffMaiduguri Nov 2 2020 The Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC says it has effected the revised tariff for its customers in Borno Adamawa Yobe and Taraba on Nov 1 Mr Kingsley Nkemneme YEDC Senior Manager Corporate Communications said this in a statement in Maiduguri on Monday Prepaid customers will vend on revised tariff while postpaid customers would have theirs reflected in November 2020 electricity bills that would be distributed in December Kindly note that YEDC customers are categorised under BANDS C D and E The approved revised service based tariff only affects customers under BANDS C with 31 per cent reduction while customers on BANDS D and E remain frozen therefore no tariff increase Nkemneme said He urged customers not to hesitate to visit the company s website or nearest office for information regarding its services
    Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariff
    Economy2 years ago

    Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariff

    Yola Electricity Company implements revised tariff

    Tariff

    Maiduguri, Nov. 2, 2020 The Yola Electricity Distribution Company (YEDC), says it has effected the revised tariff for its customers in Borno, Adamawa, Yobe and Taraba on Nov. 1.

    Mr Kingsley Nkemneme, YEDC Senior Manager, Corporate Communications said this in a statement in Maiduguri on Monday.

    “Prepaid customers will vend on revised tariff, while postpaid customers would have theirs reflected in November 2020 electricity bills that would be distributed in December.

    “Kindly note that YEDC customers are categorised under BANDS C, D and E.

    “The approved revised service-based tariff only affects customers under BANDS C with 31 per cent reduction, while customers on BANDS D and E remain frozen, therefore no tariff increase,” Nkemneme said.

    He urged customers not to hesitate to visit the company’s website or nearest office for information regarding its services.

  •  Prof James Momoh Chairman Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission NERC says Nigeria needs quality energy supply to ensure sustainable economic growth Momoh stated this at a public hearing organised by Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC on Thursday in Yola He said that the public hearing was organised to gather information on tariff review in pursuant to the commissions tariff regulations as part of efforts to ensure stable power supply in the country We are here to monitor the ongoing public hearing on tariff review organised by YEDC and at the end to make recommendations on some important areas We have our observations on what Nigerians think and want because Nigeria need quality power supply And we are going to make sure that Distribution Companies Discos losses is reduced and customers only pay for what they consume he said Momoh said the commission was making effort to ensure Nigeria start manufacturing electricity meters and other energy supply equipment Also speaking Umara Mustapha Managing Director of the YEDC assured that complaints raised by the customers would be looked into and resolved Commenting on the non availability of prepaid electricity meters Mustapha said the company needs about 400 000 prepaid meters for consumers under its catchment areas The director assured electricity consumers of improved service delivery adding that the company adopted proactive measures to achieve stable supply Godiya Mamza a customer from Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa decried the proposed tariff increase and exorbitant electricity billing by the company Mamza said that it was desirable for the Discos to ensure stable supply and standardised billing before electricity tariff increase Nigeria News Agency reports that participants at the public hearing rejected the proposed tariff increase and called for distribution of prepaid electricity meters in the state Edited By Angela Okisor Rabiu Sani Ali NAN
    Nigeria needs quality power supply – NERC
     Prof James Momoh Chairman Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission NERC says Nigeria needs quality energy supply to ensure sustainable economic growth Momoh stated this at a public hearing organised by Yola Electricity Distribution Company YEDC on Thursday in Yola He said that the public hearing was organised to gather information on tariff review in pursuant to the commissions tariff regulations as part of efforts to ensure stable power supply in the country We are here to monitor the ongoing public hearing on tariff review organised by YEDC and at the end to make recommendations on some important areas We have our observations on what Nigerians think and want because Nigeria need quality power supply And we are going to make sure that Distribution Companies Discos losses is reduced and customers only pay for what they consume he said Momoh said the commission was making effort to ensure Nigeria start manufacturing electricity meters and other energy supply equipment Also speaking Umara Mustapha Managing Director of the YEDC assured that complaints raised by the customers would be looked into and resolved Commenting on the non availability of prepaid electricity meters Mustapha said the company needs about 400 000 prepaid meters for consumers under its catchment areas The director assured electricity consumers of improved service delivery adding that the company adopted proactive measures to achieve stable supply Godiya Mamza a customer from Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa decried the proposed tariff increase and exorbitant electricity billing by the company Mamza said that it was desirable for the Discos to ensure stable supply and standardised billing before electricity tariff increase Nigeria News Agency reports that participants at the public hearing rejected the proposed tariff increase and called for distribution of prepaid electricity meters in the state Edited By Angela Okisor Rabiu Sani Ali NAN
    Nigeria needs quality power supply – NERC
    General news3 years ago

    Nigeria needs quality power supply – NERC

    Prof. James Momoh, Chairman, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) says Nigeria needs quality energy supply to ensure sustainable economic growth.

    Momoh stated this at a public hearing organised by Yola Electricity Distribution Company (YEDC), on Thursday in Yola.

    He said that the public hearing was organised to gather information on tariff review in pursuant to the commissions’ tariff regulations, as part of efforts to ensure stable power supply in the country.

    “We are here to monitor the ongoing public hearing on tariff review organised by YEDC and at the end to make recommendations on some important areas.

    “We have our observations on what Nigerians think and want because Nigeria need quality power supply.

    “And we are going to make sure that Distribution Companies (Discos) losses  is reduced and customers only pay for what they consume,” he said.

    Momoh said  the commission was making effort to ensure Nigeria start manufacturing  electricity meters and other energy supply equipment.

    Also speaking, Umara Mustapha, Managing Director of the YEDC, assured that complaints raised by the customers would be looked into and resolved.

    Commenting on the non availability of prepaid electricity meters, Mustapha said the company needs about 400, 000 prepaid meters for consumers under its catchment areas.

    The director assured electricity consumers of improved service delivery, adding that the company adopted proactive measures to achieve stable supply.

    Godiya Mamza, a customer from Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa, decried the proposed tariff increase and exorbitant electricity billing by the company.

    Mamza said that it was desirable for the Discos to ensure stable supply and standardised billing before electricity tariff  increase.

    Nigeria News Agency reports that participants at the public hearing rejected the proposed tariff increase and called for distribution of prepaid electricity meters in the state. 


    Edited By: Angela Okisor/Rabiu Sani Ali (NAN)

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