Nigerian Electricity Generation Again Rises to 3,523mw

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Electricity generation stood at 3,102megawatts (Mw) on Tuesday, 3,214 Mw on Wednesday and rose to 3,523Mw yesterday according to the Nigerian Electricity System Operator (SO). The power generated was sent to the 11 distribution companies (DisCos).
The Operational Report said peak generation of Wednesday was 3,682Mw while lowest generation for the same day was 2,947Mw.
Report from the SO noted that the highest system frequency on Wednesday was 51.50HZ, lowest system frequency was 34.90HZ while highest voltage recorded was 300KV.
According to a record of the electricity generation that was displayed yesterday in Abuja yesterday,  the three hydro power dams, produced 1,188Mw on Wednesday. Kainji generated 199Mw, Jebba 426Mw and Shiroro 563Mw while 16 gas power plants  generated 2,027Mw. Nine plants recorded 0Mw production on the day under review.
The Egbin power plant generated 391Mw, Sapele generated 62Mw, Delta 244Mw, Geregu 75Mw, Omotosho 120Mw, Geregu NIPP 105Mw, Sapele NIPP 102, Alaoji 106Mw, Omotosho NIPP 73Mw, Odukpani NIPP 58Mw, Ihovbor NIPP 94Mw, Okpai 397Mw, Ibom 50Mw, Omoku 28Mw, and Para Energy 28,93Mw.

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