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Who We Are

JED PLC is an indigenous electricity Company, incorporated in Nigeria to carry out the business of electricity distribution and retail sale in the franchise states of Benue, Plateau, Bauchi and Gombe. We pride ourselves on delivering quality electricity to our esteemed customers.

Of Experience

Meters Deployed




Franchise States


11KV Feeders


33KV Feeders


Injection Substations


Distribution Transformers

Reviews from our clients

What Customers Say

Saleh Mohd

Gombe resident

You have really shown us that you are ready to serve us in 2021, 6hrs of uninterrupted supply, Kudus

Daniel Igoche

Jos resident

I give Kudos to your polite reply to your customers. I want to know if we in Angwan Mission - Tudun Wada in Jos are part of these meters and when we should start expecting if truly we are

Aondona Tersugh

Jos resident

Thanks for the information. We do appreciate your recent uninterrupted power supply, keep on JED PLC.

Our Magnificent

Board of Directors

Alh Babangida Inuwa

Chairman of the Board

Alh Zulkifil Y. Abba


Alh Ibrahim S. Bello


Alh Wakil Adamu


Mr Remi Jibowu


Mr Sola Arifayan


Mr Ignatius O. Ayewoh


Mr Serdar Marango

Highly Qualified

Management Team

Engr. Abdu Bello Mohammed


Mammanlafia Umar

Chief Operating Officer

Our News


Jos DisCo: Vigilante apprehends 12 energy vandals in Bauchi, Gombe

A statement signed by the Head of Corporate Communications, Jos Electricity Distribution Company, Dr. Friday Adakole Elijah has indicated that 12 electricity vandals have been apprehended by men of the Vigilante group in Bauchi and Gombe State. Elijah said the vandals were caught after the new managing director, Engr. Abdu Bello Mohammed synergized with security agencies promising to work with them as partners in progress. Giving the break down, the Spokesman for Jos DisCo said in Bauchi, the suspected vandals numbering eight had succeeded in vandalising 300KVA substation at Yankari, 33kV Feder in Alkaleri Local Government Area by cutting 30 meters of 70mm2 and 6 meters of 150 mm3 as well as draining the transformer oil. https://sundiatapost.com/jos-disco-vigilante-apprehends-12-energy-vandals-in-bauchi-gombe/


Jos DISCO Fraternizes With Unions, Appreciates Staff

The Managing Director, Jos Electricity Distribution Plc, Engr Abdu Bello Mohammed, has called for the support of the two in-house unions to enable the company to succeed in its quest for revenue growth in a press statement made available to journalists on Tuesday morning and signed by Dr. Friday Adakole Elijah, Head, Corporate Communications. Engr Mohammed also commended the staff of the company for embracing the new reforms which he said were already manifesting in the company’s revenue generation. https://www.naijavoicenews.com/jos-disco-fraternizes-with-unions-appreciates-staff/


Frequently Asked Questions
  • How many times can I recharge my meter in a month?

    As many times as you can afford depending on your consumption.

  • What is KCT and when do I need the KCT code?

    KCT stands for “Key Change Token” and it is a set of two 20 digits numbers (40 in all) needed whenever there is a need to reconfigure/change your meter's tariff index.

  • What do I do when my meter displays “LINK ERROR”?

    1-Ensure the meter is properly paired
    2-Use a very strong dry cell battery in your UIU
    3-Ensure your change over switch is on utility supply
    4-Use socket with the least number of joints e.g cooker socket
    5- Report to the nearest JED Plc office

  • What do I do when my meter displays “TIME OUT”?

    Ensure the meter is properly paired and use a very strong dry cell battery then try recharging.

  • Why is my PPM captured on the wrong feeder and service Band?

    Due to incorrect customer details captured on our database. In such a case, immediately approach the nearest JED Plc customer care unit for your details to be updated.

  • I recharged, and after few days my unit got exhausted, what do I do?

    You have simply exhausted your unit. Therefore, recharge again.

  • What do I do if I want to top up my meter and there is no power supply in my area?

    Until the supply is restored and the meter is powered. If not, you will not be able to recharge.

Our Tariffs

New Tariff Price Takes effect from 1st December, 2022 As Directed by NERC
Band A
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check A - MD1 ₦72.78
  • check A - MD2 ₦76.20
  • check A - Non MD ₦68.61
Band B
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check B - MD1 ₦68.02
  • check B - MD2 ₦71.97
  • check B - Non MD ₦63.26
Band C
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check C - MD1 ₦58.01
  • check C - MD2 ₦59.45
  • check C - Non MD ₦52.83
Band D
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check D - MD1 ₦54.24
  • check D - MD2 ₦54.24
  • check D - Non MD ₦50.12
Band E
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check E - MD1 ₦52.95
  • check E - MD2 ₦54.24
  • check E - Non MD ₦39.90