Power Generation In Nigeria Hit Record High Of 4883.9MW – TCN

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The Transmission Company Nigeria (TCN), yesterday, said it has achieved a new record peak generation of 4883.9 Megawatts (Mw) and the highest maximum daily energy delivery of 106,288.48Mw.

A statement signed by the Asst. General Manager (Public Affairs), Clement Ezeolisah, explained that the new feat was achieved at 21.15hours on November 23. The previous peak generation was 4810.7Mw attained on August 25. The previous highest maximum daily energy wheeled was 104,794.26Mw, attained on September 23.

The Managing Director, System Operation/Market Operation, TCN, Engr. Dipak Sarma attributed the achievement to the improvement in the supply of gas to the power generating stations and enhanced cooperation among all the stakeholders.

The TCN, therefore, assured that it will continue to strive at improving the network capacity to deliver more quality power to the electricity distribution companies.

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