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Benin, Nigeria
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Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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About Us

Company Profile

BEDC Electricity Plc. (BEDC) is one of the successor distribution companies (Discos) created following the unbundling and privatization of the state-owned Power Utility, Power Holding Company of Nigeria Plc. BEDC is responsible for retail distribution of electricity in Delta, Edo, Ekiti, and Ondo States with geographical coverage of 55,770 square kilometers. The company operates from twenty five (25) business districts with approximately 350 offices located across the four (4) states with about 13 million people and about 4 million households.

How we started

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World-class Electricity

12years of experience

Our Stakeholders

BEDC has highly experienced and competent investors and technical partners comprising amongst others: Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) as an  Investor and NDPL INFRA Limited (NDPL) as a Technical Service Provider.

Our Focus on Professionalism

NDPL has distinguished itself by being the first success story of the Power Sector Reforms in New Delhi, India under the Public Private Partnership model. It succeeded in reducing ATC&C losses in its licensed area by c. 80% in ten years. The Nigeria Power Sector reform being carried out mirrors the Delhi Model.

Responsible Behaviour

We take our duty to act responsibly at all times very seriously through proactively managing the impacts of our activities on the environment, our people and the communities in which we operate. We work according to the guiding principles of our founding shareholders and by complying with the high standards set out in our Global Code of Conduct. In particular, we place the safety of those involved in or affected by our operations as our core organisational value, aiming to eliminate all accidents on our projects by 2020. We also take a leading role in driving change across our industry by seeking ways to reduce the effect of our operations on the environment through modernisation of traditional construction methods and practices.