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Ikeja Electric Unveils Safety Agenda For 2017 |    Aboru Undertaking Has A New Address |    “ALWAYS COLLECT RECEIPTS” Ikeja Electric Urges Customers |    Our Ilupeju Undertaking Has A New Address |    Planned Outage at Ikeja West/Oworo Transmission Stations |    “Always Enquire About Outstanding Bills” - IE Advices New Tenants |    Planned Outage In Ikorodu Transmission Station |    Ikeja Electric Launches "Journey to Sustainability" Report |    Planned Outage on Ikeja West/Alimosho 132KV Lines |    Ikeja Electric Decries Violence Against Staff |    Ikeja Electric/Egbin Power Host Monthly Power Sector & Stakeholders Meeting |    Ikeja Electric Injects DT's to Ikorodu Area |    Ikeja Electric Urges Greater Care Around Electrical Assets |    Ikeja Electric Cautions Against Bribes |    Ikeja Electric Introduces "Do-It-Yourself" Payment Platform |    Ikeja Electric has introduced a New Bill Format |    Step-by-Step Guide For Payments On Wema Bank Mobile and Online Platforms |    Ikeja Electric Releases Guidelines On How to Become Payment Agent |    NUEE Executive visits Ikeja Electric Management |    IE Partners Promotes Better Oral Hygiene in Lagos Schools |    Electricity Usage Monitoring, Disconnection and Reconnection Request for Proposal (RFP) |    Ikeja Electric Raises Alarm Over Erosion Threat To Power Tower |    Ikeja Electric Urges Customers To Settle Bills Commences Mass Disconnection of Debtors |    Ikeja Electric Introduces Live Chat For Instant Response To Customer Complaints |    Ikeja Electric Launches Network Monitoring To Enhance Safety |

About IE

about-ie

Buoyed by a mission to redefine customer experience and be the provider of choice wherever energy is consumed, Ikeja Electric Plc, Nigeria’s largest power distribution network powers lives and businesses with innovation and unwavering drive for excellence. The company began its new phase of growth and expansion on November 1st, 2013 following the handover of the defunct Power Holding Company Of Nigeria (PHCN) to NEDC/ KEPCO Consortium under the privatization scheme of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The consortium has the Korean Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) which generates about 84,000MW in capacity and has a global efficiency record of a maximum down time period of slightly above three minutes annually as technical partners.

This partnership has positioned IE to effectively drive its commitment to deliver efficient and sustainable power supply through investments in new technology, infrastructure upgrade and human capital development.

Ikeja Electric has over 700,000 customers who the company is committed to serve with a New Spirit, New Drive and New Energy. This resolve continues to elicit a passion for service excellence and new thinking on how to empower lives and businesses across the IE network.