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Enhancing better access to funds in TETFund

Written on June 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Higher Education in Nigeria

THE GUARDIAN Enhancing better access to funds in TETFund By Mohammed Abubakar, Abuja   |   02 June 2017   |   3:00 am Executive Secretary, TETFUND, Abdullahi Baffa The inability of the public tertiary institutions to access their allocated funds at the Tertiary Education Trust Fu...
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Declaration of Eligible Customer: A Strategic Step to Improving Efficiency, Competition and the Economy

Written on June 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

THE CABLE   Declaration of Eligible Customer: A Strategic Step to Improving Efficiency, Competition and the Economy Thoughts & Opinion  June 1, 2017 The declaration of the Eligible Customers in the Nigerian Electricity Market by the Minister of Power, Works and H...
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Do Not Reverse Power Sector Privatisation

Written on June 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

Nigerian Electricity Hub May 31, 2017 Do Not Reverse Power Sector Privatisation Thoughts & Opinion 5 hours ago Power supply in Nigeria remains epileptic. Four years after the privatisation of the sector, this is a sad state of events. Naturally, there is growing public...
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35 electricity turbines down in 15 GenCos

Written on June 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

Daily Trust 35 electricity turbines down in 15 GenCos By Simon Echewofun Sunday | Publish Date: May 30 2017 2:00AM About 2,514mw of electricity cannot be utilised due to 35 idle generation turbines across 15 Generation Companies (GenCos), even as the national grid peaked at 4,464 mega...
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The Case for Electricity Clusters – Rumundaka Wonodi

Written on June 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

THIS DAY   The Case for Electricity Clusters May 31, 2017 Guest columnist: Rumundaka Wonodi My primary poser here is that our electricity Distribution Companies’ (DisCos) footprints or franchise areas are rather large, with diverse populations and even more varied economi...
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Privatisation of the Power Sector: What Went Wrong?

Written on May 31st, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

PREMIUM TIMES   Privatisation of the Power Sector: What Went Wrong? Thoughts & Opinion May 31, 2017 In recent times, there have been strident calls for the privatisation of the power sector to be revisited or reversed. The latest to join the call is the Nigerian...
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FG’s unpaid debt to GenCos hits N500bn, N701bn intervention falls short, says GenCos

Written on May 29th, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

ENERGY FG’s unpaid debt to GenCos hits N500bn, N701bn intervention falls short, says GenCos Posted on May 1, 2017 COMMENTS The 26 electricity Generation Companies (GenCos) in Nigeria have revealed that the federal government is owing them about N500bn debt...
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Gencos threaten nationwide blackout over N140bn debt

Written on May 29th, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

Summary:   QUOTE A further breakdown of the N140 billion debt profile, which are financial obligations from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and NBET showed that Egbin Power Limited is being owed N68.71 billion; Transcorp Power, N28.29 billion; Shiroro, N9.66 billion; Ge...
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GENCOs, DISCOs at war over mounting debts

Written on May 29th, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

QUOTE The DISCOs have blamed their inability to meet their financial obligations in the electricity value chain on      - non-reflective tariffs,      - vandalism,      - low power generation,      - inability to access credit facilities from the banks  (already have N3 trilli...
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Written on May 29th, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Development Project

THE NATION May 29, 2017 How Over N400b Debts by DisCos Crippled GenCos There are fresh insights as to why the operations of the different power generation companies (GenCos) across the country have been rendered prostrate. The Nation can authoritatively report that th...
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