Power generation, supply now 3,061mw


By Abimbola Fashakin, Lagos


The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has sent out 3,061Mega Watts (mw) to the various distribution companies.


The Nigerian Electricity System Operator (SO) made this known on its website Tuesday saying its operational report for August 30, the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI), the power sector on August 29, hit a peak generation of 3,556.5mw and lowest peak generation of 2,423.8mw.


The TCN on the same day wheeled 2,927MW to the distribution companies.


Giving the technical details of the distribution flow, NESI said the power sector recorded highest system frequency of 51.58Hz, lowest system frequency of 49.12Hz, highest voltage recorded was 372kv, while lowest voltage recorded on the same day was 300kv.


The TCN had on August 28 sent 2,766MB to the distribution companies. The lowest energy generation on the day under review was 2,520MW, while highest generation was 3,502mw.


The system hit highest frequency of 51.55Hz and lowest frequency of 49.45Hz.

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