Infrastructural data 60% open

Nigeria

What data is expected?

A selection of infrastructural information, focussing on energy provision and water consumption.

  • Electricity consumption
  • Power stations and electric capacity
  • Electricity transmission networks (geographic position)
  • Power outages
  • Prices
  • Water consumption/per capita
  • None of the above

How open is the data?

All answers

Question Answer Comment
Available free of charge Yes
Downloadable Yes
Publicly available Yes
Openly licenced No
Up-to-date Yes
In an open and machine-readable format PDF, HTML
location href="https://africacheck.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Power_Generation_-_Q4_2017_-1.pdf" https://africacheck.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Powe">rel="nofollow">https://africacheck.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Powe - Energy consumption by region, Power stations and capacity, http://www.power.gov.ng/download/Investment%20Opportuni - Electricity transmission networks and geographic locations, http://mypower.ng/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Baseline-R - Power outages, href="http://www.nercng.org/index.php/media-library/public-notices/326-notice-of-commencement-of-myto-2015" http://www.nercng.org/index.php/media-library/public-no">rel="nofollow">http://www.nercng.org/index.php/media-library/public-no - Prices Tariffs by region (disco) available), tariffs are defined for 15 years with minor adjustments possible
Collected by government Yes
findable_steps Google search
characteristics Electricity consumption, Power stations and electric capacity, Electricity transmission networks (geographic position), Power outages, Prices
Controlled access Yes
Collector name National bureau of statistics, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) (issued The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) was established as an independent regulatory agency in 2005 under the EPSR Act 2005. It has a mandate to monitor and regulate Nigeria’s electricity industry, and ensure compliance with market rules and operating guidelines. NERC in its function as market regulator ensures fair pricing and competitive electricity trading. http://www.nercng.org/ The Rural Electrification Agency is committed to providing access to reliable electric power supply for rural dwellers in the country, in a way that would allow for reasonable return on investment through appropriate tariff that is economically responsive and supportive of the average rural customer. The agency has a mandate to promote rural electrification in country, co-ordinate the rural electrification programmes in the country, and to administer the Rural Electrification Fund across the country for either on-grid or off-grid applications. http://www.rea.gov.ng/

Meta data

Data location   https://africacheck.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Powe - Energy consumption by region, Power stations and capacity
   http://www.power.gov.ng/download/Investment%20Opportuni - Electricity transmission networks and geographic locations
   http://mypower.ng/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Baseline-R - Power outages
   http://www.nercng.org/index.php/media-library/public-no - Prices Tariffs by region (disco) available), tariffs are defined for 15 years with minor adjustments possible
Data licence   Unknown
Data format   Unknown
Reviewer   Danny Lämmerhirt
Submitters   anonymous
Last modified   Thu Aug 02 2018 15:11:05 GMT+0000 (UTC)