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Nigeria targets closure of electricity metering gap in 3-years

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission says it aims to close the existing five million metering gap, within the next three years. This comes as the regulator has already begun implementation of the meter roll-out plan by the distribution companies under the Meter Asset Provider scheme. Emmanuel Ndubuisi, CEO of Meron Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.

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