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Ikeja Electric Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI)

No you cannot take your meter with you as it remains the property of Ikeja Electric.

No, you cannot, as meters are registered in the name of the landlord. Please let your landlord contact us for more information on how to register your meter.

Yes you will get a meter, but the debt will be factored into your account.

Call Ikeja Electric’s Customer Care Unit to report on 01-4483900, 01-7000250 or 0700-022-5543.

If vandalized, the customer is liable; but if it is caused by a power surge which is traceable to Ikeja Electric, we will replace the meter free of charge.

It is the responsibility of Ikeja Electric, at no cost to the customer. However please note that this does not cover cost of willful or malicious damages. We therefore encourage our customers to safeguard their meters.

No. The meters still need to remain in an easily accessible and visible location to ensure accurate reads by the system. Meters will be periodically checked by Ikeja Electric personnel.

The installation crew was unable to complete the installation and needs to make contact with you. Please call the number indicated on the note (Ikeja Electric’s Customer Care Unit: 01-4483900, 01-7000250 or 0700-022-5543).