Power holding company of Nigeria

The company’s subsidiaries include generation companies (GENCO), transmission and systems operations companies (TRANSYCO), and distribution Companies (DISCO). Its services include construction and engineering of power generating units; maintenance and servicing of power grids; dams operations and water management for power generation, flood control, and navigations; resettlement; maintenance of control equipment, protections and communications; maintenance scheduling; and security and post contingency..

 

Distribution (11 companies):

  • Abuja Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Benin Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Eko Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Enugu Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Jos Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Kano Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company plc
  • Yola Electricity Distribution Company plc

Generation (6 companies):

  • Afam Power plc
  • Egbin Power plc
  • Kainji Hydro-Electric plc

 

PHCN Successor Companies

Following the 2013 divestiture of the federal government from PHCN, the company was divided into separate companies or entities called Local Electric Distribution Companies or Local Distribution Companies (LDC). Each company will be responsible for handling electricity distribution in each state or region.

As of May 2016,[5] the structure of the companies was as follows:

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