Lagos State has been bolstered with 13 additional Band A feeders, following approval from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission.

The Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company announced that the upgrade was granted due to their consistent provision of at least 20 hours of daily electricity.

” Premised on our demonstrated ability to consistently provide for a minimum of 20 hours of daily during a performance evaluation period monitored by the regulator, we are pleased to announce that we have obtained approval to add 13 Band Feeders to our network,”  a statement on IKEDC’s Twitter handle read on Wednesday.

The upgraded feeders include – OgbaINJ-T3-Agege, AlimoshoINJ-T8-Okunola, OworoINJ-T3-Anthony, AdeniyiJonesINJ-T1-Anifowoshe, and IsheriINJ-T1-Bankole.

Others are, EjigboTCN-Igando, EjigboTCN-Ijegun, IkoroduTCN-Fakale, Maryland INJ-T1-Ketu, OjoduINJ- T1-King Avenue, OdungunyanINJ-T1-Agodo and T1-IjuINJ-T1- Ajuwon..

This upgrade increases IKEDC’s total feeders to 141 from 128.

Meanwhile, NERC has warned DisCos of sanctions if they fail to complete the STS meter migration by July 31, 2024.





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