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 Alex Okoh


Mr Serdar Marango

Highly Qualified

Management Team

Mammanlafia Umar


Engr Mansir Nakande

Chief Commercial Officer

Engr John Emeruwa

Chief Technical Officer

Murtala Raji

Ag. Head Operations Support

Our News



The Management of Jos Electricity Distribution Plc is to invest about seven billion, two hundred million naira (N7.2 B) in its quest to expand its network. This was disclosed by the Executive Director, Finance and Account, Alhaji Mamamlafia Umar last Wednesday during the opening of bids for the company’s capital projects for 2021 at Lamonde Hotel, Jos, Plateau State. Alhaji Umar further disclosed that the above amount was different from the additional five billion, two hundred million million naira ( N5.2 B) already injected into the metering programme by the company. He explained that at the end of the investment, customers would have the cause to be happy as there would be stable and steady power supply.



Jos Electricity Distribution Plc has launched a USSD short code aimed at easing the process of customer’s verification of their most recent payments. The code will help customers to know their status in terms of their payment without necessary recoursing to the office for verification. A press release issued by the Head Corporate Communications, Dr. Friday Adakole Elijah, stated that “the disco’s outmost priority is to serve its customers better with ease especially in this period of global pandemic.” He urged customers to efficiently utilize the code as the company is striving to serving her customers better via the instrumentality of technology with the aim of attaining customer satisfaction.



In order to stem vandalism of its installations, the Management of Jos Electricity Distribution Plc has commenced sensitization and engagement of communities in its area of coverage. To this effect, communities such as Bwandang, Dilimi, Fwabul and Gangare were sensitized over the weekend. Addressing the representatives of the communities which comprises of traditional rulers, religious leaders, youth leaders as well as leaders of the various security outfits, Musa Abdullahi and Cyprian Alvinmax Yenkwo, the Head of Security and Safety respectively urged the communities to take ownership of JED PLC installations in their domains by securing them from vandals. According to the duo, "We are poised to serve you better than before but how can we achieve that when our facilities in your domains are being vandalised on a regular basis?".

"We are aware that these facilities belongs to our company but you are the ultimate beneficiaries because it is serving you. You should therefore not allow it to be vandalised by agents of darkness",
they pleaded. The communities were encouraged to expose anyone seen stealing energy in their domains as according to Jos Electricity Distribution Plc,
"those stealing energies are cheating and insulting the legitimate customers",
"they are cheating you. You should not allow them to continue to be cheating you. Kindly expose them".
The company also urged customers to reciprocate their qualitative services by promptly paying for their consumed energies. Torch lights were freely distributed to the various local security apparatus to facilitate their easy movement in protecting the installations in their localities. Responding, the various communities who said they were happy with the sensitization promised to provide security around electricity installations in their various communities. The community engagements were attended by the Commander neighbour Watch, Mallam Guda, his Deputy, Ado Mohammed, Alhaji Kabiru S. Hassan (Councillor), Mohammed Balla, Sani Suleiman, Nasiru Mohammed, and the Gangare community leader, Alhaji Ali. Others were the Ward Head, Ahmed Garba, Yahaya Abdullahi, the Vigilante Commander, Hamza Abubakar, Mohammed Ibrahim, Sani MK Sani, Sa'idu Ibrahim, Samantha Ya'u Adams, A. A. Aliyu, Umar A. Aliyu amongst others. Dr. Friday Adakole Elijah Head, Corporate Communications


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 February to 31 December, 2022 As Directed by NERC
Band A
  • check 20hr of Supply
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check A1 - MD ₦62.13
  • check A2 - MD ₦65.55
  • check A - Non MD ₦57.95
Band B
  • check 16hr of Supply
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check B1 - MD ₦60.02
  • check B2 - MD ₦63.97
  • check B - Non MD ₦55.26
Band C
  • check 12hr of Supply
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check C1 - MD ₦58.01
  • check C2 - MD ₦59.45
  • check C - Non MD ₦52.83
Band D
  • check 8hr of Supply
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check D1 - MD ₦54.24
  • check D2 - MD ₦54.24
  • check D - Non MD ₦40.12
Band E
  • check 4hr of Supply
  • check R1 (LIFELINE) ₦4.00
  • check E1 - MD ₦52.95
  • check E2 - MD ₦54.24
  • check E - Non MD ₦39.90