The major role of the System Operator is to ensure the safe,reliable and economic supply of electric power
The word ‘TEM’ is an acronym for Transitional Electricity Market. In line with the recent reforms in the Nigerian Power Sector, wholesale competition was recommended the National Electricity Power Policy (NEPP) and Electric Power Sector Reform (ESPR) Act therefore provided for the Development of the Nigerian Electricity Market. Implementation of the Nigeria Electricity Market is through a gradual process of increasing competition designed as three market stages:
Transitional Market Stage: Characterized mainly as competition for the market
Medium-Term Market Stage: Characterized by full wholesale competition for the market and in the market
Final Market Stage: Open to full wholesale competition and retail competition
The NESO covers grid operations of the entire 330kV and 132kV transmission network in Nigeria. This link gives a diagrammatical view of the area of coverage
The Human Resource, HR, practitioners in ISO have resolved to operationalize Total Quality Management, TQM, principles in all their operations so as to take ISO to be the next positive level in service delivery...
The electricity distribution companies in Nigeria, DISCOs, have been called out by the Nigerian Electricity Market Operator to improve their monthly remittances to the market or have their accounts escrowed.
Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, participated actively in the recently concluded Power Nigeria Conference and Exhibition which took place at the Eko Hotels, Lagos Island, Lagos State.