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DisCo To Commence Mobile Map Metering Of B And A Customers

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company Plc (EEDC) has said that it has concluded plans to commence the metering of customers served by “Band A” feeders across its network through its mobile Meter Asset Providers (MAP) metering initiative. MAP is a metering intervention designed and approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to close the existing metering gap in the power sector.

Head, Corporate Communications, EEDC, Emeka Ezeh, in a statement over the weekend, also said the exercise was expected to kick off in Enugu on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, and that it would focus on EEDC customers served by “Band A” feeders under its Ogui, Awkunanaw, and Abakpa districts. He stated that the Mobile MAP metering approach wss part of efforts by EEDC to ensure that customers under service “Band A” across its network are metered within 48 hours.

According to him, the company adopted this approach to ensure that the affected customers who enjoy minimum daily availability of 20 hours can begin to manage their energy consumption and pay for what they consume. Ezeh said: “EEDC customers under Awkunanaw district, served by Topland 11KV, Gariki 11KV, Amaechi 33KV, and UNEC 11KV feeders are to visit the EEDC Service Center at Mayor Bus Stop, Agbani Road.

“In the same vein, customers under Ogui District, served by New Haven 11KV, Abakaliki Road, 11KV, Power House 11KV, Chime Avenue 11KV, Onitsha Road 11KV, and Golf 11KV feeders, are to visit EEDC Ogui District office at Station Road, Enugu; while customers under Abakpa District served by Abakpa 3 11KV, Dhamija 11KV, Nowas 11KV, and Ugwuogo 33KV feeders are to visit Trans Ekulu Service Center.

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