Power sector loses N108 billion in first quarter
Nigeria's power sector lost about N108 billion during the first three months of this year due to several constraints inhibiting the regular supply of electricity in the country.
Electricity sector loses N1.564billion in one day
The Nigerian power sector lost about N1.564billion on January 27, due to gas, water, and transmission line constraints.
Electricity generation declines to 1,360mw
The Nigerian electricity sector recorded the lowest generation of 1,360 megawatts (mw) on October 15, 2017, according to the daily generation report from the Transmission Company of Nigeria.
Nigeria’s electricity generation drops to 2,775mw
Nigeria’s power generation has dropped from the 4,500 Megawatts (MW) recorded in June, to 2,775.8MW on July 24, 2017.The Nigerian Electricity System Operator, an arm of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), which made this known in it operational report released on Wednesday....
Power sector loses N7.60b to gas, transmission, distribution hiccup
Furthermore, due to lines constrains, available power generated cannot be completely evacuated by the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), while the transmitted megawatts cannot be distributed by the Distribution Companies (DisCos) to the end users.
Ten electricity plants shutdown in one day
The Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI), has disclosed that about 10 power plants were shut down on June 23, due to gas constraints, transmission line challenges, routine maintenance and frequency management.
Power generation inches closer to 5,000MW
Nigeria’s power generation inches closer to the 5,000 Megawatts (MW) mark, following the cessation of hostilities by militants in the Niger Delta, and the rise in water level...
Electricity generation rises to 4,303MW
Electricity generation yesterday rose to 4,232.6 Megawatts (MW), an appreciable improvement from the 3,500 MW recorded in the last two months, according to the daily electricity generation report from the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
28 power stations generate 3,134 MWh/hour electricity
The Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) says 28 power stations sent out average of 3,134mw/hour of electricity on Feb. 8, according to the industry’s website’s report in Abuja.