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The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has successfully provided a cumulative minimum of 620 hours of electricity supply to its Band A customers over the past two months.

Daily Sun gathered that the achievement was confirmed during a performance evaluation period monitored by the regulator.

This feat was said to have been made possible with an initial 30 Band A feeders in April, and the approval received by IBEDC from the regulator to upgrade an additional 30 feeders later that month, as well as another 30 in May, and 15 more subsequently.

The upgrades brought the total number of feeders to 83, categorised as 34 11kV and 49 33kV.

The Acting Managing Director of IBEDC, engineer Francis Agoha, expressed the company’s commitment to meeting the service delivery expectations of all its customers across various tariff bands.

“IBEDC remains committed to meeting the service delivery expectations of all our customers across various tariff bands,” he said.

“We continue to enhance our network upgrades within our coverage areas to ensure consistent and reliable electricity supply. In addition, we are working assiduously to ensure power supply to other bands improves significantly.

“IBEDC’s dedication to service excellence and continuous improvement underscores our mission to provide reliable and efficient electricity to our valued customers.

“We appreciate the support of our customers and the regulator in achieving this significant milestone.”

 

 

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