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The Power Holding Company of Nigeria (abbreviated PHC or PHCN), formerly the National Electric Power Authority (abbreviated NEPA) is an organisation governing the use of electricity in Nigeria. The company runs a football team, NEPA Lagos. It represents Nigeria in the West African Power Pool.
Added by Webmaster at 6:00am, Fri 1st November, '13 via pc
FINALLY, the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) on Friday ceased to exist as a corporate entity, as the successor companies that grew out of the hitherto monolithic electricity provider were formally handed over to their new owners. But it was not all...More
* Faulty plants frustrate power generation
* 38 turbines out of operation
* N17.9bn spent annually on generators
No fewer than 38 electricity generating turbines are grounded in various power plants in the country, Vanguard investigations can revea...More
No fewer than $1.62 billion (about N254.39 billion) was placed on the table to enable the Bureau of Public Entreprises, BPE, conclude the long awaited privatisation of six generation companies unbundled from the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN.
Amperion Power Distribution Limited, a consortium made up of Israeli-based BSG Resource Limited, State Grid Corporation of China and Forte Oil Plc, in which billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola is...
Source: Channels TV posted at 12:00am, Tue 25th September, '12 via pc
The Director-General of Centre for Management Development, Kabir Usman has disclosed that about 60 million Nigerians spend N1.6 trillion on generators annually. He also said that Nigeria had the highest number... [i]webmaster_278.jpg[/i]...More
BPE postpones bids for distribution firms MINISTER of State for Power, Mr. Darius Dickson Ishaku, has assured that the Federal Government would not privatise the transmission sub-sector grid.In a similar vein, new investors will now emerge for... [i]webmas...More
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The national electrical regulatory commission issued an official letter confirming that prepaid meters are not to be paid for.
Follow the link below to view and download the consumer protection letter:
Source: Channels TV posted at 12:00am, Tue 18th September, '12 via pc
The National Council on Privatisation (NCP) has shortlisted 21 bidders for 10 electricity distribution firms in Nigeria. The decision was taken at the council's meeting presided over by vice president Namadi Sambo...
Source: Channels TV posted at 12:00am, Wed 29th August, '12 via pc
Workers of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) were on Wednesday seen in Abuja celebrating the abrupt resignation of the Minister of Power, Barth Nnaji.
The leadership of the workers union made it quite [i]webmaster_154.jpg[/i]...More
Power generation in Nigeria will hit highest ever power output of 4, 237MW tomorrow Monday 13th August 2012, according to the Minister of Power, Prof. Bart Nnaji. He said 4, 237MW is the highest power output ever generated and supplied in Nigeria to date a...More