About Lagos State Electricity Board

The Lagos State Electricity Board (LSEB) is the implementing agency under the Lagos State Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources responsible for Energy development, Independent Power Projects and Public Lighting in Lagos State.

Lagos State Government (LASG) currently has the most aggressive energy development plan in Nigeria. It is the only state with a dedicated ministry for energy development (Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources) as well as an agency (Lagos State Electricity Board).  

Please use this form to report all missing and/or broken streetlights in your neighbourhood.

Governor Fashola Kicks–Off Solar Power Projects in Public Schools, PHCs

The Lagos State Government and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) is set to light-up 172 Public Schools and 11 Flagship Public HealthCare Centers (PHCs) across the state.

This is to provide a Sustainable Renewable Energy Solutions for Schools and Primary HealthCare Centers with a clean, reliable energy services to currently underserved communities in Lagos State.

Fashola Commissions Lagos State Energy Academy, Inducts 1st Batch of Students

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola , SAN on Tuesday formally commissioned the Lagos Energy Academy and inducted the first batch of its Students.

Public Lighting Projects

Lagos State has the largest number of well maintained public lighting network in the entire country. By the end of this year (2013), the Lagos State Electricity Board will be maintaining over 316KM of public lighting in 227 locations across the state which is a stark contrast to 2007 when only one location (Awolowo Road, Ikoyi) had functional street lighting.


Click the thumbnails below to view our Public Lighting Projects