A Review of the Nigerian Energy Industry

Number of companies in NERC’s MAP list hits 101

Prof James Momoh, NERC Chairman

OpeOluwani Akintayo

19 October 2018, Sweetcrude, Lagos — The number of firms granted approval to participate in the process of procurement of electricity meters under the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC’s, Meter Access Providers, MAP, scheme, has risen from 35 to 101, the latest list from the Commission has shown.

Successful bidders from the procurement process will obtain the Meter Asset Provider permit from the commission after entering into a Metering Service Agreement with electricity distribution companies or Discos.

The latest document seen by SweetcrudeReports listed the companies granted new approval to include Gospell Digital Technology Limited, G-Unit Engineering Limited, Stag Engineering Nigeria Limited, Lafred Engineering Limited, Omniswift Nigeria Limited, Integrated Resources Limited, Yutali Nigeria Limited, Chris-Ejik International Agencies Limited, FLT Energy System Limited, G5 Utilities Solutions Limited, PPC Limited and Afro Chinese Infrastructure Investment Limited.

The first list released in May had 22 firms, after which another 13 was added in June.

Huawei Technology Company Nigeria Limited; Bilview Energy Limited; Chintech Electro Nigeria Limited; Holley Metering Limited; Meron Nigeria Limited;  Integrated Power Limited; MBH Power Limited; Trimani Engineering Limited and Sapropel Energy Resources Limited were in the first and second list released by NERC.

Also listed in the first and second list are Megawatt Distribution International Limited; Unistar Hi-Tech Systems Limited; MOMAS Electricity Meters Manufacturing Company Limited, Imperial Infrastructure Development Company Limited; Mojec International Limited and others.

As at the time of filing this report, SweetcrudeReports could not tell whether or not more firms would be added to the current list.

Services to be provided by Meter Asset Providers will, among others, include financing, procurement, installation, repair and replacement of electricity meters, according to the MAP Regulations 2018.

Others on the latest list include Triple Seventh Nigeria Limited; Skyrun Electric Smart Metering Systems and Solution (NIG) Limited; Gosslink Engineering Limited; Briepower Renewable Energies Limited; Joola Ventures Overseas Limited; Bussdor and Company Limited and Northbridge Energy Limited.

Also in the list are De-Haryor Global Services Limited; Allestree Ventures Nigeria Limited; Ecosan Global Power Consult Limited; Bendoriks International Limited; Bamis Company Limited; Temps Engineering Limited; ABH Integrated Resources Limited; Akomed Global Link Limited; Fedironics Intelligent Metering Company and Elkon Consulting Limited.

The list also includes Hexing Technical Services Limited; Inlaks Power Solution Limited; Certa Utilities Limited; Sygnite Power & Energy Solutions Limited, Accumeter Limited, Hareedman Business Solutions Limited, Bussdor group, Yutali Nigeria limited, Joola ventures, Verveba nigeria limited, ABH integrated resources Limited, Temps Engineering Limited, Bendoriks, Sygnite power and energy solutions, Ziklagsis networks limited, Grit Systems Engineering, Chlorophyll ventures and Beacon power services.

Others are Hampoc Utilities, Me Metering Company, Tradark Multi Concept Limited, Holufort Integrated International Limited, Prime Infrast. Engineering Ltd, Jamub Global Services Limited, Fenikoh Nigeria Limited, D@Tech Nigeria Limited, Calvante International Limited, FIG Industries Nigeria Limited, Secure Power Solutions Limited, Solicom Engineering Limited, Estabet Limited, Marks & Adams, Delonix Global Limited, Agirun Limited, Crown Interactive, Klatex Nigeria Limited and NG Electrometer Limited.

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