Nigeria’s Power Supply Drops To 3,628mw

Nigeria’s Power Supply Drops To 3,628mw

Electricity supply, yesterday, dropped to 3,628 megawatts, mw from 3,808mw on Tuesday, thus forcing many consumers to live in darkness, Vanguard reports.

According to the Nigeria System Operator, average daily supply before yesterday was over 4,000 mw, with the daily maximum generation for the month of June averaging at 4,171 megawatts.

Power has also been restored at Trans Amadi following the completion of a maintenance exercise. A spokesperson for the Transmission Company of Nigeria, Mrs. Seun Olagunju, said: “Trans Amadi Gas Power Station in Rivers State has been out of production since November 2016. It returned to the grid system on Saturday, July 1, and currently contributing between 12 to 17mw.”

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