Shortfall in Electricity Tariff Drops

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The shortfall in electricity tariff paid by consumers across the country to power distribution companies has dropped from N1.891tn to N247bn.

Federal Government disclosed this in its latest fact sheet on the Power Sector Recovery Programme, PSRP.

According to the report, the tariff shortfall was reduced through the implementation of the PSRP Financing Plan that was approved in November 2021.

Written by: Helen Obih

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