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PHCN Tariff 2012: For All Classes of Electricity Consumers In Nigeria (Part 1)

On June 1, 2012 the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) introduced a new electricity tariff where consumers are expected to pay more than what they use to pay before.
Since the introduction of the new electricity tariff most consumers in Nigeria are yet to fully know what the new PHCN billing system entails.

PHCN Prepaid meters

Apart from a general increase of about 50% rate payable by all classes of electricity consumers in the country, PHCN also includes a new monthly fixed charge which cuts across all classes of PHCN electricity customers.
The new PHCN electricity tariff is not a uniform billing system, the rate consumers pay for electricity in Nigeria depends on where they reside in the country.

Also, the newly introduced tariff is only valid for 2012; therefore, every New Year Power Holding Company of Nigeria is expected to review and introduce another electricity tariff plan for its consumers.
Below ARE THE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF PHCN ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS IN NIGERIA. (Multi-Year Tariff Order 2 (MYTO 2)
RESIDENTIAL CONSUMERS OF ELECTRICITY
The tariff below is for all classes of building used for purely residential FLATS, DUPLEX, HOUSE (FACE ME I FACE), MULTI-STORY BUILDING.

R1–LIFE-LINE {50 KILO WATT/HOUR}.
R2–SINGLE AND 3-PHASE LINE.
R3–LV MAXIMUM DEMAND.
R4–HV MAXIMUM DEMAND (11/33 KILOVOLT).
COMMERCIAL CONSUMERS OF ELECTRICITY
The tariff below is for those who use their buildings for commercial purpose. e.g factory, offices, super market, hair salon, business centers and eatery etc.
C1–SINGLE AND 3-PHASE.
C2–LV MAXIMUM DEMAND.
C3–HV MAXIMUM DEMAND (11/33 KV).
INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS OF ELECTRICITY
The electricity tariff below is for premises with high electricity demand e.g manufacturing companies, steel production companies and other Factories and Industries in Nigeria not mentioned.
D1–SINGLE AND 3-PHASE.
D2–LV MAXIMUM DEMAND.
D3–HV MAXIMUM DEMAND (11/33 KV).
SPECIAL CONSUMERS OF ELECTRICITY
The classes of customers that fall into the PHCN special consumer list includes-
Educational establishments (Schools).
Agricultural establishment (Farms),
Agro-allied industries,
Water boards,
Religious houses (Churches, Mosques e.tc).
Government and teaching hospitals.
Government research institutes.

A1–SINGLE AND 3 PHASE.
A2–LV MAXIMUM DEMAND.
A3–HV MAXIMUM DEMAND (11/33 KV).
ALL STREET LIGHTINGS
S1–SINGLE AND 3-PHASE 17.
Coming soon is the part 2 of the New PHCN tariff 2012 for electricity consumers in Nigeria. WATCH OUT for full details!

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