Africa/Middle East: Nigeria

Technical Workshop on Reliability and Quality of Power

Date: May 5-8, 2015
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

With support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), NARUC experts from the Illinois Commerce Commission and the Kentucky Public Service Commission held a technical workshop with staff from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission on issues related to reliability and quality of power. The workshop focused on determining the most suitable standards for electricity service quality, practices for monitoring and evaluating the quality of electricity service, and approaches for ensuring reliability. The workshop also included discussion of how to utilize enforcement mechanisms to hold distribution companies accountable for service quality standards.




At A Glance

Project Dates: 2008-Present

Primary Partners:

Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission

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