Wednesday, 27 November 2013

On Wednesday, The Transmission company of Nigeria (TCN) announced that the nation's power generation has hit 4,000 MW.

According to the TCN General Manager, Public Affairs, Mrs. Seun Olagunju, the restoration of power to 4,000 mega watts followed the repairs of the vandalised pipeline supplying gas to Okpai power plant in Delta State.

She said,
I want to assure Nigerians that from what we are seeing on ground, from the end of this year onwards, I believe that there will be greater stability of power in the country.Even now, there is marginal increase in power generation. 
We have taken it from less than 2,000 mega watts to over 4,000 mega watts now.Let me reassure Nigerians that as far as power supply is concerned, our country is moving in the right direction; far better than it used to be. 
So, let’s keep working together so that Nigeria can be lighted up 24 hours.We have over 4,000 mega watts of electricity now, but what we are sending out in the average is 3,800 mw because of the frequency control that regulates the supply
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Written by Dondumex

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