Nigerian Power Sector Reform: Why Distribution Requires a Clear Strategy
Article from: OGEL 2 (2005), in Electricity Law and Regulation
The concern for the distribution sub-sector of the Nigerian electricity supply industry arises from the fact that distribution is the least attractive function/business in the electricity supply process. Technologically, it has limited options and requires significant cost. However, it remains the last point of interface with the final consumer as far as low-voltage transport of electricity is concerned. Given its peculiarities, it is curious that no specific strategy has been evolved that will address issues and implications that pertain to its re-organisation/restructuring for, ...