Nigeria’s electricity generation improved by 2.96% on Friday to 86,983.17MWh compared to 84,481.7MWh generated in the previous day. This is according to information from the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
Similarly, electricity supply to the distribution companies (DisCos) also increased by 3% to 85,640.37MWh on Friday from 83,144.02MWh sent out on Thursday. Despite the improvement, electricity generation and supply in Nigeria is still largely below the minimum 105,000MWh of electricity required to record stable power supply in the country.
Meanwhile, peak generation increased slightly by 0.85% to 3,919.9MW, while off-peak generation stood at 2,909.6MW. Notably, 98.46% of the generated energy in the day under review was sent out to Distributing Companies.
Highlight (24th June 2022)
- Peak generation – 3,919.9MW (+0.85%)
- Off-peak generation – 2,909.6MW (-12.97%)
- Energy generated – 86,983.17MWh (+2.96%)
- Energy sent out – 85,640.37MWh (+3%)
- The highest frequency for the day was 51.33Hz, while the lowest frequency was 49.68Hz.