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Ikeja Electric targets N170bn revenue in 2020 with new tariff order

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Ikeja Electric (IE) Plc targets a total revenue of N170 billion in 2020 with the implementation of the increment in various classes of electricity tariff.

A copy of a document addressed to the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) stated on Saturday, News Agency of Nigeria reports.

The electricity Distribution Company (DisCos) reportedly intends to create a new tariff class called Bilateral for customers it had signed Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with under a willing-buyer willing-seller arrangement.

The company gave the projection in its Addendum Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) and Application for Extraordinary Tariff Review of Multi Year Tariff Order – 2015 signed by its Chief Executive Officer, Mr Anthony Youdeowei.

The report stated that the objective of the extraordinary review was to ensure that IE adjusts its tariff in line with the commission’s directive that current average allowed a Disco tariffs shall be grossed-up by 50 per cent from April 1.

It further stated that this is in order to meet the tariff shortfall funding target for 2020 by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
It said: The creation of the Bilateral tariff class is aimed at providing an efficient and reliable service to customers under the tariff class because cost-reflective tariffs are required to cover the cost at service delivery.

“Our total bilateral energy procured is currently 200MW. However, bilateral sales in this application is only the portion of the bilateral energy that has been contracted with customers on a willing-buyer-willing-seller arrangement.”

The report noted that the collected energy sales based on the 50 per cent tariff increase in MYTO was 3,955 GWh, while that of bilateral sales was 161 GWh.

“The expected MYTO 2020 and bilateral revenue requirement are N162 billion and N8 billion respectively, to give a total revenue requirement of N170 billion.

“The 50 per cent tariff increase is expected to raise the average tariffs from the current level of N27.30 per kilowatt to N40.95 per kilowatt.

“The addition of the bilateral sales revenue requirement further increases the average tariffs to N41.31 per kilowatt in 2020 which is projected to rise to N44.24 in 2024.”
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