Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Feb 6, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jun 29, 2017
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The development objectives of Power Sector Recovery Program for Results (PSRP) for Nigeria are to improve the reliability of electricity supply and enhance power sector financial viability and governance. The Performance-for-Results (PforR) supports results in three areas: (i) reliability of electricity supply is improved; (ii) financial sustainability is reached; and (iii) governance and transparency is improved. These key results areas are complementary and include measures to support key financial, operational/technical, governance, and policy interventions of the PSRP. The Performance Based Loan (PBL) will cover years 2018-2021 of the PSRP and support the implementation of key financial, operational, regulatory, and policy measures. It aims to reset the power sector for sustainable operation.
Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading Company Plc
Contact: Marilyn Amobi
Title: Managing Director
Tel: +234 9 460 5631
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