National grid: TCN confirms total system collapse
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) said the national grid experienced a total system collapse on Wednesday
Nigeria records highest power transmission of 5,615.40MW
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says the power sector has recorded an all-time national peak of 5,615.40MW.
Terrorists’ activities cripple transmission networks in Borno
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) yesterday in Abuja said Maiduguri and its environs in Borno State have been left in darkness over insurgents’ damages of electricity transmission networks.
Nigerians in darkness as national grid collapses again
The national grid experienced another system collapse yesterday morning due to high voltage arising from the massive drop of load by some electricity distribution companies. The development, which left the country in darkness, also caused a fire incident at the 75MXreactor in the Benin substation on Sapele Road in the Edo State capital, the Transmission…
Power sector loses over N46b as electricity supply deteriorates
With average energy enjoyed by electricity consumers dropping to 4,002 megawatts last month, the nation’s power sector lost a total of N46.01 billion revenue due to constraints which included shortage of gas....
TCN deplores rising vandalism of power facilities in Delta
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) yesterday in Abuja deplored the rising cases of attacks on power infrastructure in Delta State. The organisation said over six power transmission towers along the Delta-Benin and Delta – Sapele -Benin 330kV transmission line routes had been vandalised. The company’s General Manager, Public Affairs, Ndidi Mbah, said natural disaster,…
TCN’s transmission cuts off Odukpani power station from national grid
The tripping of Odukpani-Ikot Ekpene 330KV line has resulted in a major disruption of power generation from the Odukpani Power Station to the national grid.
TCN calls for increase in electricity tariff
The Transmission Company of Nigeria Plc (TCN), has demanded for a review of the current electricity tariff, ostensibly cost reflective, which will entail more payment by the end users of power.