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  • DISCOs plan to end estimated electricity billing -ANED
  • THE 11 Electricity Distribution Companies,
    DISCOs, have assured their non-Maximum
    Demand customers, that they are working
    toward ending estimated electricity billing in
    Nigeria.
    The Chief Executive Officer of Association of
    Nigerian Electricity Distributors, ANED, Mr. Azu
    Obiaya, in a statement last week, said that
    DISCOs would meet their metering targets which
    are captured by Performance Agreements with
    the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE).
    The statement, which clarified the stoppage of
    estimated billing methodology for unmetered
    large power users, also called Maximum
    Demand (MD) customers, noted that residential
    customers that were yet to be metered should
    continue to pay their estimated bills.
    Such large customers, it explained, included
    commercial and industrial customers who
    consume high levels of electricity, noting that
    the threshold consumption for MD customers is
    45KVA and mostly have dedicated transformers.
    According the statement, “While we continue to
    operate with the estimated billing methodology
    that is approved and mandated by the Nigerian
    Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), we
    are working diligently towards addressing the
    metering obligations specified under our
    Performance Agreements with the Bureau for
    Public Enterprises (BPE), and ensuring that we
    continue to be sensitive and responsive to the
    inadvertent challenges of estimated billing that
    our residential or non-MD customers are faced
    with.
    “It is critically important that we state that there
    is no more interested party in the
    comprehensive metering of our electricity
    consumers than the DisCos. It is our hope and
    expectation that such metering will be achieved
    sooner rather than later.”
    “The NERC directive only applies to MD
    customers and not residential customers, “NERC
    has made the clarification as well, which is
    available on their website and publicised,” it
    added

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