Nigeria’s Electricity Grid Stabilizes at 3,000MW


The national electricity grid has settled at over 3,000 megawatts (mw) all through this week especially during the Eid festivity, Daily Trust reports.

Daily operational statistics from the Nigerian System Operator, an arm of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) showed that the grid, which dropped to a lower range in June, started improving by the end of last month. Peak generation all through the Eid holidays was about 3,000mw.

Power generation peaked at 3,002mw on Thursday which was a decline of 66mw from the capacity generated last Wednesday. However, the lowest average generation in two days was about 2,600mw with about 66,468 megawatt hour (mwh) transmitted for distribution to households and industries during the period.


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