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Power minister to address post-privatisation challenges at WNEPC 2014

The minister, who will soon be advised by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to make the statutory declaration that the Nigeria’s electricity market had…

The minister, who will soon be advised by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to make the statutory declaration that the Nigeria’s electricity market had entered TEM, will present a paper entitled: ‘Federal Government Commitment To Address Post-Privatisation Challenges,’ at the annual conference with the theme: ‘Addressing the Challenges of  Post-Privatisation.’
Chairman of NERC, Dr. Sam Amadi, will present a paper entitled: ‘Commitment of NERC Towards Regulation and Effective Consumer’s Right On Electricity Supply Chain’ at the conference.
In view of several issues bothering the transmission sub-sector of industry, including the right funding model, the managing director of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Mr Mack Kast, will be at hand to present a paper on ‘TCN: Meeting The Electricity Transmission Capacity For Nigeria Post-Privatization.’
Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso of Kano State, whose state has achieved commendable progress in power generation through Independent Power Projects (IPP), will also share his experience with the highly networking forum, while Prof. Adeola Adenikinju of University of Ibadan will make a presentation on ‘Nigeria’s Electricity Power Sector’s Post-Privatisation Challenges: The Way Forward.’
According to Mr. Segun Adeleye, chief executive of World Stage Ltd, the organisers of the conference, said the forum was coming at a time when the sector was entering a critical phase of the electricity reform agenda.

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