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Ikeja Electric New Tariff

Yes. You will still be required to pay for the period fixed charge was valid.

The amount charged is an accumulated fixed charge for three months prior to the removal of fixed charge approved by NERC.

No. The fixed charge removal is for all electricity users – Postpaid, Prepaid and MD customers etc.

The new tariff plan with NO FIXED CHARGE becomes/became effective February 1, 2016 as approved by Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC). You will be required to pay for the period fixed charge was valid.

Yes it will apply.

You use a 3 phase meter with an energy charge of N21.80 while your neighbor uses a single phase meter with an energy charge of N21.30.

R2 customers on Single Phase (R2SP) will be charged N21.30 per Kwh while those on three phase (R2TP) will be charged N21.80 per Kwh. (See the table below for further information).

No. Your meter will not need to be reprogrammed. However, effective February 1, 2016, when you recharge, the new tariff will automatically reflect.