Electricity update: Nigeria’s power supply improves by 4.6% to 84.05GWh

Electricity update: Nigeria’s power supply improves by 4.6% to 84.05GWh

Nigeria’s energy supply increased by 4.6 percent to 84.05GWh on Sunday, up from 80.36GWh the day before, following a 3.8 percent increase in energy generation to 85.21GWh.

According to the Nigerian Transmission Company, this is the case (TCN). Nigeria’s power generation increased from 82.12GWh on Saturday, May 21, 2022 to 85.21GWh on Sunday, May 22, 2022.

Despite the slight increase, Nigeria’s energy generation remains below the 105 kMWh threshold required for the country’s power supply to remain stable. Nigerians, in particular, continue to struggle with epileptic power supply, with multiple grid outages so far in 2022, resulting in widespread blackouts across the country.

Meanwhile, Nigeria’s energy generation peaked at 3,751.1MW on Sunday, down 1.2 percent from 3,795.4MW the day before, and off-peak generation was reported at 3,359.9MW.

Highlight (22nd May 2022)

  • Peak generation – 3,751.1MW (-1.2%)
  • Off-peak generation – 3,359.9MW (+10.9%)
  • Energy generated – 85,209.68MWh (+3.8%)
  • Energy sent out – 84,045.52MWh (+4.6%)

It is worth noting that the highest frequency for the day was 50.49Hz, while the lowest frequency was 48.99Hz.

Meanwhile, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has reported completed work on the 330KV Akure Transmission Substation in Ondo State, which is expected to deliver up to 96MW of electricity.

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