Siemens power sector roadmap to commence by end of the year : Bureau of Public Enterprises(BPE)


The usage of the specialized and business proposition on jolt guide for Nigeria by Siemens Group will initiate before the year’s over, the Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprises, Alex Okoh, has said.

On July 22, the central government consented to the arrangement with Siemens on the guide equipped towards settling existing difficulties in the nation’s capacity area.

The execution concurrence with Siemens for the divulging of a guide was marked by BPE for the benefit of the national government.

Mr Okoh said at a workshop in Abuja on Tuesday that the execution of the understanding is required to help grow the limit with regards to future power needs in the nation will initiate before the year’s over.

He was spoken to by the executive responsible for the Energy Department at the privatization organization, Yunana Malo.

The two-day workshop, titled “Meter Data Management Solution” was encouraged by the BPE to familiarize all gatherings in the area with the execution of the understanding just as guarantee the characteristics of each gathering were tended to in the guide by Siemens.

The gathering was gone to by power appropriation organizations (DISCOS), Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) and Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC).

Talking at the workshop, Sales Support Professional, Smart Metering, Siemens South Africa, Martin Kuhlmann, said the usage of the guide was intended to destroy assessed charging framework.

Mr Kuhlmann said the guide was likewise to urge metering to purchasers the nation over, including government Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDA.

He communicated certainty that with the guide, a portion of the holes right now existing in the power part would be adequately tended to.

The guide is relied upon to help in settling the difficulties in the power area with explicit thoughtfulness regarding need ventures.

The key zones highlighted in the workshop are the essential standards of meter information the executives, evaluation of existing meters and the upsides of the arrangements being proposed by Siemens.



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