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Distribution Company (DISCOS)

Distribution Company (DISCOS) (11)

KADUNA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION PLC Nagwamatse House, Ahmadu Bello Way, P.M.B. 2268, Kaduna State, Nigeria. Kaduna Electricity Distribution Plc, or Kaduna Disco, located in North Central region of Nigeria, has a franchise for distribution and marketing of electricity in the Kaduna Zone, which includes Kaduna, Kebbi, Bauchi, Sokoto and Gombe states. The company owns and maintains the distribution network and support equipment within the zone, manages meter installations and servicing, billing, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. In 2006, all the districts recorded improved collections largely in response to improved metering/billing efficiencies. With improved tariff, additional distribution capacity and improved collections, Kaduna Disco projects a doubling of revenue in the next four-to-five years. Kaduna Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The transmission grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATISATION Kaduna Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005. Kaduna Disco is managed by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a management Team who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Kaduna Disco’s parent company. By July 1, 2006, Kaduna Disco became a standalone company with the transfer of assets and liabilities to it. In 1999, the FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency…
YOLA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION PLC . 2, Atiku Abubakar Road, P.M.B. 2271, Jimeta – Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria. Yola Electricity Distribution Plc, or Yola Disco, is located in North Eastern part of Nigeria, near Yaounde, Cameroon, and the Chad and Niger borders, predominantly dominated by peasant customers in Adamawa, Borno, Taraba, and Yobe States. The Mambilla Hydro-power Project (2000MW), which is under construction is part of FGN’s effort to increase power output to 10,000MW is located within Yola DisCo. The main local industry is agriculture, with food and animal products and by products processing as the major economic activities. Yola Disco owns and maintains the distribution network and support equipment within the zone, manages meter installations, servicing, and billing, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. Yola Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. Power is wheeled by the Transmission grid network that is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Yola Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th 2005, with electricity distribution and marketing franchise covering Borno, Taraba and Yobe State. Yola Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Management Team who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Yola Disco’s parent company. By July 1, 2006, Yola Disco became a standalone company with the transfer of assets and liabilities to it. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the…
PORT HARCOURT ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PLC 42, Obi Wali Road, Rumuigbo, P.M.B. 5554, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Plc, or Port Harcourt Disco, serves Bayelsa, Cross River, Rivers, Akwa-Ibom and parts of Dalta States in Nigeria’s industrial South South zone, a region dominated by oil and energy-related companies. Port Harcourt Disco owns and maintains the distribution network and support equipment within the zone, manages meter installations, servicing, and billing, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. Port Harcourt Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Port Harcourt Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005. Port Harcourt Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN). In July 1, 2006, Port Harcourt Disco became a standalone company as a next step toward its privatization. In 1999, FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including: introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power priced by the market. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). The core…
KANO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PLC Zonal Headquarters, No. 1, Niger Street, Kano, Nigeria. Kano Electricity Distribution PLC, or Kano Disco, located in the North Western Zone of Nigeria, has a franchise for electricity distribution and marketing in Kano, Katsina and Jigawa States. The Company owns and maintains electrical installations and the distribution network within its franchise zone, manages meter installations and servicing, billing, coordinates consumer credit services and collects revenue. Kano Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The transmission grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Kano Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th 2005. Kano Disco is currently a Distribution Business Unit of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) supported by a Management Team. The CEO reports directly to the CEO, PHCN. In July 1, 2006, Kano Disco became a standalone company as a next step toward privatization. In 1999, FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power priced by the market. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). The…
JOS ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PLC 9, Ahmadu Bello Way, Jos – Plateau State, Nigeria Jos Electricity Distribution Plc, or Jos Disco, located in North Eastern part of Nigeria, serves a significant industrial customer base in Bauchi, Benue, Gombe and Plateau States, as well as Saminaka in Kaduna State. The Jos Disco is the fourth largest distributor in Nigeria, and its Zone covers more than 610,000 sq.km, with a combined human population of more than 13 million. Jos is the center of Nigeria’s mining industry. Jos Disco owns and maintains the distribution network and support equipment within the Zone, manages meter installations, servicing, and building, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. Jos Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising the national distribution grid. The Transmission grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION In 2001, FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSRA provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the introduction of a new regulatory scheme managed by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), an independent regulatory commission, to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). Jos Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005. Jos Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who also serves as a Chief Accounting Officer and reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Jos Disco’s parent company. In July 1, 2006, Jos Disco became…
IKEJA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PLC Secretariat Road, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria. Ikeja Electricity Distribution Plc, or Ikeja Disco, located in Lagos has a franchise for distribution and marketing electrical service in the Ikeja Zone which includes parts within the Lagos State south zone. The Ikeja Disco service area includes Ikeja industrial estate; and also predominantly residential consumers near Lagos, Nigeria’s leading commercial center. Within the Zone, Ikeja Disco owns and maintains a distribution network and supporting equipment, manages meter installations, servicing and billing, and coordinates consumer credit services. Ikeja Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. Power is wheeled through Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Ikeja Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005. Ikeja Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Management Team who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Ikeja Disco’s parent company. By July 1, 2006, Ikeja Disco became an autonomous company as one of the key requirement of privatization. In 1999, the FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability…
IBADAN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION Capital Building, Ring Road, Molete, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Ibadan Electricity Distribution Plc, or Ibadan Disco, serves a significant industrial customer base in Osun, Ogun, Kwara and Oyo States. Ibadan Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Ibadan Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th 2005, with electricity distribution and marketing franchise covering Borno, Taraba and Yobe State. Ibadan Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Management Team who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Ibadan Disco’s parent company. By July 1, 2006, Ibadan Disco became a standalone company with the transfer of assets and liabilities to it. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). The core investor sale option was adopted by the Bureau of Public Enterprise in the privatization of the eleven Distribution companies in Nigeria which include Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company. In this model, the Federal Government retained 40% while the Successor Company retained 60% in the franchise. Credit: The Bureau of Public Enterprise.
ENUGU ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PLC Zonal Headquarters, Okpara Avenue, P.M.B. 01287, Enugu, Nigeria. Enugu Electricity Distribution Plc, or Enugu Disco, located in Nigeria’s South East zone, distributes and markets electricity in franchise area that includes Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo States. Within the zone, Enugu Disco owns and maintains electrical installations and the distribution network, manages meter installations and servicing, billing, co-ordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. Enugu Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The Transmission grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Enugu Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th 2005. Enugu Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Enugu Disco’s parent company. In July 1, 2006, Enugu Disco became a standalone company a step toward privatization. In 1999, the FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). The core investor sale option was adopted by the Bureau of Public Enterprise in the privatization…
EKO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION PLC NEPA Close, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Eko Electricity Distribution Plc, or Eko Disco, located in Lagos state, serves Lagos: Nigeria’s commercial and financial hub, and the Agbara industrial region. Eko Disco franchise includes all the areas within the Lagos South Zone. Within the Zone, Eko Disco owns and maintains electrical installations and the distribution network, manages meter installations and servicing, billing, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue from its base on Lagos Island, the very heart of the Lagos business district. Eko Disco is one of 11 distribution companies comprising the national distribution grid. The distribution grid is connected to the transmission grid, which is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Eko Distribution Company was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005 and is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc. In July 1, 2006, Eko Disco became a standalone company a step toward privatization. In 1999, the FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability…
BENIN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION PLC 5, Akpakpava Road, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Benin Electricity Distribution Plc, or Benin Disco, serves a primarily industrial customer base in Delta, Edo, Ondo and Ekiti States, Nigeria’s industrial Mid-West, a region dominated by oil and energy-related companies. Benin Disco owns and maintains electrical installations and the distribution network within the zone, manages meter installations and servicing, billing, coordinates consumer credit services, and collects revenue. Benin Disco is one of 11 such distribution companies comprising a national distribution grid. The Transmission grid, in turn, is managed by a separate company, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Plc. PRIVATIZATION Benin Distribution Company Plc was established as a public limited liability company on November 7th, 2005. Benin Disco is managed by a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who also serves as the Chief Accounting Officer and reports directly to the CEO, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Plc, Benin Disco’s parent company. By July 1, 2006, Benin Disco became a standalone company as a next step toward privatization. In 1999, the FGN began an aggressive restructuring of the power sector with several aims, including introduction of efficient, private sector standards and management principles, and methodology, leading to reliable power. In 2001, the FGN approved a National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), followed in 2005 by the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act. EPSR Act provides the legal authority for the unbundling of Nigeria’s power utility as well as the establishment of an independent regulatory commission, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), to guarantee open access and ensure efficiency throughout the industry. EPSRA also provides for a consumer assistance fund, development of a competitive market, and establishment of a Rural Electrification Agency and Fund (REA & REF) and the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO). The core investor sale option…