Electricity Tariff for 2012

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From June 1, 2012 a new electricity tariff was introduced in Nigeria. Energy consumers in Nigeria now pay over 60% of what they were paying before June. Also a new monthly fixed charge was introduced with the new tariff. In this page, you will find links to pages with containing information of electricity tariff for different states.
Use this Power Tariff Finder.

The new electricity tariff is not uniform. What you pay depends on where you live. Note also that the new tariff is only valid until May 31, 2013. So, a new electricity tariff will take effect from June 1, 2013.

2012 Electricity Tariff

Electricity Consumer classes

Here are the different classes of energy consumers in Nigeria under the Multi-Year Tariff Order 2 (MYTO 2).


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Residential

This class of energy consumers use their premises exclusively as a residence – house, flat, or multi-storeyed house.

R1–Life-Line (50 kWh).
R2–Single and 3-phase.
R3–LV Maximum Demand.
R4–HV Maximum Demand (11/33 KV).

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Commercial

This class of energy consumers use their premises for any purpose other than exclusively as a residence or as a factory for manufacturing goods. So if you do not run a factory or use a building as a place of residence, you fall under this category. Examples are offices, cyber cafes, business centres, salons, etc.

C1–Single and 3-phase.
C2–LV Maximum Demand.
C3–HV Maximum Demand (11/33 KV).

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Industrial

This class of energy consumers use their premises for manufacturing goods including welding and ironmongery. Factories and Industries with high energy demand are under this category.

D1–Single and 3-phase.
D2–LV Maximum Demand.
D3–HV maximum Demand (11/33 KV).

Special

Customers such as agriculture and agro-allied industries, water boards, religious houses, government and teaching hospitals, government research institutes and educational establishments.
A1–Single and 3 Phase.
A2–LV Maximum Demand.
A3–HV Maximum Demand (11/33 KV).

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S1–Single and 3-phase 17.

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Paschal Okafor is NaijaTechGuide Team Lead. The article Electricity Tariff for 2012 was written by Paschal Okafor. The article was last modified: April 14th, 2016
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