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Ikeja Electric embarks on electronic tagging of poles

Ugo Amadi

In a bid enhance quality electricity distribution service delivery to consumers, one of Nigeria’s leading electricity distribution companies, Ikeja Electric (IE) is set to partner with Momas Electricity Meters Manufacturing Company Limited (MEMMCOL) Nigeria’s foremost indigenous meters manufacturing company on Substation enhancement.

Ikeja Electric partners XT monitor to provide free medicare for Lagosians

…as Disco cautions against meter bypass

In apparent reaction to the ongoing metering exercise across its network, customers of Ikeja Electric Plc (IE), have commended the leading electricity distribution company, for redeeming its promise to bridge the metering gap, while also expressing delight at the improvement in supply within its area of coverage.

Sahara Power Group reaffirms commitment to human capital devt


In keeping with its commitment to bolster growth and efficiency in the Energy Sector, the Sahara Power Group will join other power sector thought leaders to address the industry’s challenges and opportunities at the 2018 edition of Light Up Nigeria Energy Conference.

Ikeja Electric partners XT monitor to provide free medicare for Lagosians

Ugo Amadi

In a bid to further protect her customers from unscrupulous elements, and shore up convenience in electricity bills payment, the Management of Ikeja Electric has partnered with one of its payment channel partners to modify the receipt for payment transactions made by customers.

Ikeja Electric wins SERAS innovation prize for 2018

…says maintenance work is only on Maryland Injection Substation
Ugo Amadi
Contrary to ongoing uninformed reports being carried by some online media, that Lagos will experience power blackout for one week, Ikeja Electric has maintained that rehabilitation of Maryland Injection Substation will only partially affect power supply to Mende, Anthony, Maryland, Ikeja GRA, parts of Ojota, Ketu and Ikosi.

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