The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, has made it clear that the Distribution Companies are expected to comply with the capping order as they don’t reserve the right to pick what rule to obey or discard.
However, NERC agreed that there are monitoring and implementation challenges that need to be addressed due to shortage of staff capacity, irrespective, it assured that the commission is still well equipped and trained to carry out its mandates.
Reacting, the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company, AEDC, stated that distribution of meters has not stopped, but slow as a result of the corona virus in China which is the major source of the metering components. READ MORE
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