The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) on Friday says it has restored power supply to all areas affected by the 33 Kilo Volt feeders shattered at the Katampe Substation, FCT.
With the upgrade of 10 substations aimed at addressing the power needs of over 13 million people in Lagos State, the World Bank and Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) may be contributing
In its usual nature, Nigeria’s epileptic electricity grid, yesterday, collapsed, causing blackout and leaving businesses and homes with losses.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says it has completed work on the 330 Kilo Volt (KV) Akure Transmission Substation in Ondo State to deliver up to 96 Mega Watts of electricity.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has appealed to host communities to assist in the fight against the vandalism of the nation’s assets.
The Minister of Power, Aliyu Abubakar, yesterday, disclosed that vandals were responsible for a disruption of the transmission tower between Akwa Ibom and Cross River states, a development that led to the collapse of the country’s electricity grid twice within three hours.
As Nigeria’s electricity challenges worsen, part of which recently manifested in the collapse of the national grid for the umpteenth time, causing widespread power outage across the country, strong indications emerged yesterday that the Central Bank of Nigeria...
A great deal of political doublespeak has been going on about our national grid, the network of power stations, power-lines and electricity infrastructure that allows electricity to be generated, transported and used across the country.
Reports say the collapse occurred on Monday. The darkness had been creeping in for months, with authorities managing the sector seemingly dropping hints that it was on the way
If the projection of the World Bank is anything to take seriously, Nigerian businesses may have lost nothing less than $232 billion (N96.4 trillion) in the last eight years that the Federal Government and operators in the sector dilly-dally on making it perform.
Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), yesterday, admitted that the country’s power supply has nosedived with challenges at over 14 generation plants keeping output at record low.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says it has upgraded its Egbin 330/132/33 Kilo Volt (kV) Transmission Substation in Lagos State, with installation of a 60 Mega Volt Ampere (MVA) 132/33KV power transformer. TCN’s General Manager, Public Affairs, Mrs Ndidi Mbah, said in a statement in Abuja on Sunday that the transformer which was installed…