Nigeria : MINISTRY OF POWER apply new metering strategy aiming at increasing revenue beyond N144bn annually

August 2014
TendersInfo News;8/4/2014, p1
The article reports on the decision of the Nigerian Ministry of Power to transfer the control of metering facilities to Nigeria's Electricity Supply Industry (NESI). Topics discussed include the Nigerian government's efforts to increase the revenue from the electricity market, the anticipated reduction in electricity cost, and the gaps in revenue collection within the electricity market.


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