Records show that since the 16 turbines of the various power plants across the country began to function, electricity generation had stabilised at over 4,000MW since February 13, 2017 rising to 4, 652.70 MW on February 19.
Officials of the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing attributed the development to the recent improvement in gas supply to the power plants, data from the sector obtained by Energywatchng on Monday revealed that since the country crossed the 4,043.7 MW mark on February 13, electricity generation had continue to rise.
Industry data showed that on February 19, three power generation plants, Transcorp, Omotosho I and Olorunsogo I, gained additional turbine functionality, while the average power sent out by the generation companies on the day was 3,917MWhour/hour.
Two days earlier, Afam VI and Olorunsogo I recorded functionality in additional turbines and the average power sent out was put at 3,833MWh/hour.
On February 16, Trancorp Ughelli Power reported that it recorded functionality in 10 of its turbines, while the average power sent out by the Gencos was 3,929MWh/hour.
Similarly, the Alaoji NIPP, Ihovbor NIPP, Okpai and Ibom restored additional turbines to functionality on February 15, and the average power sent out by the generation companies on the day was 3,799MWh/hour.