Information and Tarriffs

We will provide our customers with well-serviced and up to date meters.
We have competent and knowledgeable people who will work with you from
installation to servicing.

We are happy to serve!

Getting a New Meter

People wishing to get connected to our network are encouraged to follow the process outlined below:

  1. Prospective customers are required to fill PHED form 74
  2. The form should be signed by the contractor that wired the building. The Wiring Contractor must possess a wiring license issued by the Federal Ministry of Power and 
Steel, or should be an Electrical Engineer registered with COREN.
  3. The Service Centre Manager should confirm that the form is properly completed.
  4. The Wiring Inspector should confirm that the Transformer in the area has available capacity.
  5. The Accountant should confirm that the new customer has no outstanding bills.
  6. The customer will then be issued an account number and should then be documented for connection.

For an easy bill payment, our cash offices are located in strategic areas and where possible, designated banks are used.

There are Customer Care Centres in each Business Unit, to take care of all customer issues. There are Customer Care Kiosks at two popular Bus stops in Port Harcourt, via Mobil at Olu Obasanjo Junction and Garrison.


Available Meters

Electronic Meters
Single Phase
Three Phase

Pre-Payment Meters
Single Phase
Three Phase

If you need help deciding which meter is right for you, for details on the connection fees, please do not hesitate to call any of our Offices for assistance.


New Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO)

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) approved the Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO) for the determination of charges and tariffs for electricity generation, transmission and retail tariffs for the period 1st July 2008 to 30th June 2013.

The average tariff was moved from approximately =N7.00/Kwh to =N8.50/Kwh with effect from 1st July 2010.