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NERC Approves Increase in Band A Feeders for Ikeja Electric in Lagos

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NERC Approves Increase in Band A Feeders for Ikeja Electric in Lagos

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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has approved a significant increase in the number of Band A feeders for Ikeja Electric in mainland Lagos. The number of feeders has been increased by 66.7% from 51 to 85.

This approval comes after Ikeja Electric demonstrated its ability to consistently provide a minimum of 20 hours of daily availability during a performance evaluation period monitored by the regulator.

In a statement, Mr. Kingsley Okotie, the Head of Corporate Communication at Ikeja Electric, expressed the company’s commitment to meeting the service delivery expectations of all customers across various tariff bands.

The additional feeders will help enhance network upgrades within their coverage areas. The breakdown of the new feeders is as follows: 51 at 11kv, 31 at 33kv, and 3 at 132kv.

This expansion will contribute to improving the electricity supply in mainland Lagos and ensure a more reliable and efficient power distribution system.

Ikeja Electric remains dedicated to continuously upgrading their network infrastructure to provide better services to their customers.

With the approval of these additional feeders, the company aims to enhance the overall electricity experience for residents and businesses in mainland Lagos.

Improving Power Distribution in Lagos

The increase in Band A feeders by NERC is a positive development for Ikeja Electric and the residents of mainland Lagos. This expansion will help address the growing demand for electricity and improve the overall power distribution in the area.

Commitment to Customer Satisfaction

Ikeja Electric’s commitment to meeting the service delivery expectations of its customers is evident in its efforts to consistently provide a minimum of 20 hours of daily availability.

By obtaining approval to add 34 additional Band A feeders to their network, the company is taking proactive steps to ensure customer satisfaction and meet the increasing power needs of mainland Lagos.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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