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In line with Section 32 (2) (d) of the EPSR Act the Commission issues licenses to entities that wish to engage in the business of:
(a) Electricity generation, excluding captive generation
(b) Electricity transmission;
(c) Electricity system operation;
(d) Electricity distribution or;
(e) Trading in electricity
In addition, the Commission issues Permits for Captive generation, i.e. electricity generated for consumption by the generating entity and not sold to a third party.
The Commission licensing purview does not include entities that generate 1 MW and below of electricity or a distribution network of 100KW or below.
Under the Transitional stage in the development of the Electricity market, the licensing process is governed by NERC REGULATION FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF GENERATION CAPACITY, 2014. Click here to download the regulation.
The Fees payable for the different categories of licencees is governed by the LICENCE & OPERATING FEES REGULATION 2010. Click here to download the regulation.
To be able to generate power for your own use (Captive Power Generation), you need to apply for a PERMIT.
This section contains files necessary for submitting a captive power generation application.
Cadastral Zone A00,
Central Business District ,
Abuja, F.C.T, Nigeria
Tel: +234 09 4621400, 09 4621410