– MAP: Mojec receives NERC’s approval of ‘No Objection’
Mojec International Limited, Nigeria’s leading indigenous prepaid meter manufacturing company, has been granted an approval of ‘No Objection’ license or certificate by the National Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, as an approved asset provider under the new Meter Asset Provider (MAP) Policy.
This was stated in a confirmation letter from NERC to the company dated June 7, 2018 and marked NERC/LLC/LU/2018/NC/342, signed by the agency’s Commissioner, Legal, Licensing and Compliance, Mr. Dafe Akpeneye.
This is against the backdrop of some false information & mischievous communication being circulated in the public domain that MOJEC was not part of the Approved MAP list.
The letter stated that the National Electricity Regulatory Agency has granted license to Mojec International Limited after conducting its due diligence investigations in line with the new policy and regulations of the Meter Asset Provider Scheme.
The letter reads “The Commission has conducted a due diligence on the supporting documents to your application for a ‘No Objection’ in accordance with Section 8 of the Meter Assets Provider Regulations Act 2018.”
“The initial due diligence did not reveal any adverse findings with the document submitted in support of your application for a ‘No objection’ and Mojec International is hereby granted a ‘No Objection’ to participate in the procurement process for MAPS in accordance with Section 8(4) of the Meter Assets Provider Regulations 2018”
In her reaction to the letter of certification, the Managing Director, Mojec International Limited, Ms. Chantelle Abdul commended the regulatory agency for the confidence reposed in Mojec International Limited as one of the companies to drive the MAP Scheme.
Abdul stated that “the company being a proudly Nigerian manufacturer of world class standard meters, remains committed to the Nigerian vision and ever determined to deliver top quality products and services to its customers across the country.”
“MOJEC not only remains a major stakeholder in the Metering arm of the Nigerian power sector but intends to continue to serve Nigerians and the electricity distribution companies by participating in the MAP program & ensuring that all Nigerians reserve the much desired meters,” she said.