Eko Electricity Distribution Company: How To Make Payment And Their Offices



Eko Electricity Distribution Company is just like every Electricity (power) distribution business owner world over, and same is true in Nigeria. The regulator, NERC (Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission) in our case in Nigeria, sets the license areas of distribution, consumer tariff, codes & standards for network and works to safeguard interests of both the consumers and shareholders.
The electricity / power industry in Nigeria has undergone tremendous reforms, and the business of Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, which were together under single umbrella while still under NEPA and PHCN, have hitherto been unbundled into separate arms to achieve a better service. As a direct result of the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) bill, that was signed into law on March 11, 2005, a total of 11 distribution companies (called DISCO) were formed. These DISCOs, including EKEDP, were further privatized on 1st November 2013, thus completing the cycle of reform efforts in Nigeria that began almost a decade back.

Electricity Service
It is compulsory to have a contract with the district electricity company in order to receive power supply. In general, the information needed to get power connected is as follows:
First-time connection for a newly built house:
• Connection certificate/ License. This must be supplied by the electrician responsible for the initial installation of wiring in the property and should be stamped
• The First Occupation License or Certificate of Habitability available from the district serving your area.
For all electrical connections:
• Client Identification ( A verifiable form of I. D)
• If renting, details of the rental contract or details from the property title (If landlord hasn’t provided you with electricity)
• Account with your district
• Meter supplied by Eko distribution Zone
Once the contract is set up, bills will be received by post or can be viewed on the supplier’s website, showing the total amount that will be debited or for the customers using the prepaid meter option, they can recharge their cards and at the same time check balance of usage.
To terminate the contract, it is necessary to write a letter to the supplying company asking them to stop the service.
The electricity supply in most of Nigeria is 220~ 240V volts AC with a frequency of 50 hertz (cycles).

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices In Agbara

Office Address
9, Ilaro road,
Agbara Industrial Estate,
Agbara,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
District 9, ILARO ROAD, AGBARA IND. ESTATE
Agbara KL 27, BADAGRY ROAD
Ibiye IBIYE
Bayuf BAYUF
Aiyetoro KL 34, BADAGRY ROAD
Badagry AJARI ROUND ABOUT BADAGRY
Aradagun ARADAGUN AGBARA
Oko – Afo ILOGBO ROAD OKO – AFO
Magbon MAGBON AGBARA
Igborosun IKOGA IGBOROSUN

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Apapa

Office Address
15/17 Ado Avenue ,
Apapa,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
District Office Apapa BU Office, Itapeju Avenue, Apapa.
Badia U/Taking Badia Sub-Station, Gaskiya College Road.
Ajegunle Ajegunle UT Office, Idewu Street, Ajegunle.
Apapa 15/17, Ado Avenue, Apapa.
Idowu 157, Idowu Street, Olodi-Apapa.
Tolu 67, Temidire Street, Olodi-Apapa.
Ajeromi 13, Cardoso Street, Ajegunle.
Plaza 114/124, Bale Adeyemo Street, Ajegunle.
Amukoko 3, Oyeshile Street, Alaba-Oro, Amukoko.
Badia 115, Gaskiya Road, Ijora Badia.
Sari 19, Sari Road, Ijora Badia.

 

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Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Festac

Office Address
512,Road 1 Close.
Festac Town,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
District 23 Road, S/Close, Festac Town, Lagos.
Satellite 512 Road, 1 Close, Festac Town.
Barracks 2, Omila Road, Opposite Barrack.
Festac 2nd Avenue, By 2nd Gate, Festac town.
Agboju Old Ojo Road, Agbojo, Amuwo.
Beachland Kirikiri Sus-Stop, Beside Police Station, Kirikiri Town.

 

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Ijora

Office Address
Room 24,
Old Nepa Office,
Ijora.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
OTTO Room 24, Old NEPA Office, Ijora.
ODALIKI Odaliki Street, Ijora.
SURULERE Akerele Street.
YABA Panti Police Station.
IGANMU 2, Moshalasi Road.
ONIKE Iwaya Road.
IGANMU Adelabu Street, Surulere.

 

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Island District

Office Address
Ikoyi Undertaking Office,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
District Bar Beach, VI.
IKOYI Ikoyi Undertaking Office, Opposite NNPC Kingsway Road, Ikoyi.
V.I 1, NEPA Close,Off Ahamadu Bello Way, V/I.
Keffi Diadu Road, Off Aunty Ayo.
Makoro Moriakola.

 

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Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Lekki

Office Address
KM 50 Lekki Epe Expressway Road,
Agungi B/Stop,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
Lekki Agungi Bus Stop, Lekki-Epe Expressway.
Ikate KM 50 Lekki Epe Express Road, Agungi B/Stop.
Agungi 3B, Alpha Beach Road, Lekki.
Oke-Ira Oke-Ira B/Stop.

 

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Ojo

Office Address
Opp. LASU OJO Campus,
Ojo,
Lagos.

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

OJO Opposite LASU Ojo, Off Badagry Expressway.
ILUFE 19, Femi Adenuga Street.
AJANGBADI 10, Dotun Isijola Road.
SHIBIRU 44 ,Isibiri Road.
IBA Iba Housing Estate, Igando Road, Iba.
ISASHI 25, Awori Road.
MEBAMU Mebamu Road.

 

Eko Electricity Distribution Company Cash Collection Offices in Orile

Office Address
3, Coker Street,
Lagos/Badagry Rd.,
Orile,
Lagos

Customer Care No
+234 (0) 708 065 5555

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Cash Office Address
Orile 3, Coker Street, Lagos/Badagry Road, Coker Bus-Stop, Orile.
Doyin 9/11 Jimoh Odutola, Off Eric Moore, Surulere, Lagos.
Sanya 11, Brown Road.
Aguda Akangba Sub-Station, Off Adelabu Street, Surulere.
Itire/Ikate Masha Round-about, Surulere.

 

For All Online Payment You Can Use Any Of The Following Platforms

eTranzact
Fleet Tech
Interswitch
OneCard
Unified Payments

Please Note:

For Interswitch and Unified Payments, you are expected to register before you can use the service.

For Fleet Tech all you need is the Scratch Card PIN.

For eTranzact, you are expected to register before you can use the service.

 

Mobile Payment(eTranzact PocketMoni)

  • Go to messages on your phone >write message> Type Reg your First name, your last name, 000110  or 005783>send to 20220. Please leave a space between each entry.
  • Wait for a feedback message that contains your default pin(4 digit pin) and the PocketMoni link for smart phones.
  • Smart phone owners such as Android, iPhone, tabs, etc should download PocketMoni from their Apps Store or Play Store.
  • Proceed to change pin by dialing *389# for other phone users; >change pin> enter your default pin> choose your own new 4 digit pin. For smartphone users: open the pocketmoni application on your smart phone >Go to Security menu>Change pin>enter your default pin> choose your own new 4 digit pin.
  • Fund your wallet by going to any commercial bank around, inform the teller you wish to fund your eTranzact pocketmoni account.

Payment By Phone

  • Go to messages on your phone >write message> Type Reg your First name, your last name, 000110  or 005783>send to 20220. Please leave a space between each entry.
  • Wait for a feedback message that contains your default pin(4 digit pin) and the PocketMoni link for smart phones.
  • Smart phone owners such as Android, iPhone, tabs, etc should download PocketMoni from their Apps Store or Play Store.
  • Proceed to change pin by dialing *389# for other phone users; >change pin> enter your default pin> choose your own new 4 digit pin. For smartphone users: open the pocketmoni application on your smart phone >Go to Security menu>Change pin>enter your default pin> choose your own new 4 digit pin.
  • Fund your wallet by going to any commercial bank around, inform the teller you wish to fund your eTranzact pocketmoni account.

Payment In Person

Payments can be made at EKEDP cash offices as shown above, One card payment points & all major banks

Please Note:

  • ForEKEDP Cash offices, walk in with your meter number to purchase your token. We accept cash and payment via POS.
  • For OneCard Retail Points:
  1. The multi-purpose recharge card ”One1Card”

One1Card is used to recharge the pre-paid meters and is available at all post

offices, with select recharge card vendors and One1Card partner stores.

How To Use One1Card to recharge EKEDP Pre-paid meter

– Get One1Card from recharge vendor.

– Scratch the card to reveal PIN

– Dial *979*12*PIN*Meter Number# on your mobile phone

– Punch in token received in sms alert into meter.

  1. One1Card Direct TopUp Device (DTU)

The OneCard DTU device is available with select recharge vendors and can be



used to recharge prepaid and Post paid customers.

7 Comments


  1. // Reply

    i need a job to exsope my skills in electricity


  2. // Reply

    how do i print my account details online?


  3. // Reply

    how much is registration fee


    1. // Reply

      Please Visit the closest Office to you for inquiry.


  4. // Reply

    How do I recharge my bill online with going to the bank or any distribution office?


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