PH Disco sets three month target for improved power supply


PHCN-handoverThe Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHEDC)  has projected to have improved power supply in the four states within its area of jurisdiction between 100 and 180-days.

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The four states are: Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River and Rivers.

The Managing Director of 4Power Consortium, owners of PHEDC, Mr. Matthew Edevbie said in Port Harcourt that the projected days would enable the company to restructure its management and put mechanisms in place for improved electricity supply.

“We have a very challenging task ahead; but we are confident that we will succeed in satisfying customers, and also make profit from our investments” and therefore workers must brace up to meet the federal government and customers’ expectations in providing efficient and stable electricity supply to the company’s catchment states.

The PHEDC boss also said, “the challenges facing the company in providing stable electricity supply are enormous; but we are equally convinced that the opportunities in the sector are enormous.

“In this transition period of 100 to 180-days, we will also focus on upgrading our network as well as harmonise our electricity billings to ensure the company’s survival.”

He then called on workers to shun acts that are capable of derailing the federal government’s power sector reform.

Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola is aNaija247news' Southwest editor. He's based in Lagos and writes on the Yoruba Nation political issues, news and investigative reports

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