Arakunle Kayode   The federal government has apologized to Nigerians for the ongoing power outages and shortages in different

The Nigerian electricity improvement scheme between a glober energy company, Siemens, and the Nigerian government moved a step closer

Effective from July this year, electricity consumers in the country will start paying more for the service.  Sale Mamman, power

Electricity distribution companies have dragged the federal government to court to restrain it from further interfering in the

Nigerians will pay much higher tariff for power in 2021, going by promises made by the federal government to the International

The number of idle power plants in the country rose by two to eight on Tuesday, worsening the blackout being experienced by many

The nation’s hydropower plants have seen their output levels tumble in the past few days, causing total power generation to drop below

The federal government has yet to take a decision to provide free electricity supply to Nigerians for two months, Mr Saleh Mamman, the

The Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) on Wednesday said they have aligned with the federal government to provide a two-month

The federal government has issued a three-month ultimatum to power Distribution Companies (Discos) to improve the quality of power