Again, power sector records another peak of 5,520MWs in 48hrs

Again, the power sector has recorded yet another national peak generation of 5,520.40MW on 30th October, 2020 at 9.15pm, surpassing the previous 5.459MW recorded on 28th October, 2020 by 60.90MW.

The Transmission of Nigeria (TCN) attributed the new development to continued collaboration among players.

In a statement issued by the General Manager Public Affairs, Ndidi Mbah on Saturday, it also said the new record was due to the gradual increase in its capacity.

The Company noted that with the current capacity of 8,100MW,it seamlessly transmitted the new peak at a frequency of 50.11Hz. through the nation’s grid.

“As players in the power sector value chain continue to work together to improve the nation’s power supply.

“TCN implores everyone to help protect power infrastructure nationwide and desist from bush burning or burning of trash beside transmission towers or under power line cables nationwide,” the statement read.

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has told a Federal High Court in Abuja, that the Comrade Adams Oshiomhole-led National Working Committee (NWC) was sacked to solve the internal leadership crises rocking the party.

The party also said that immediately the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee was put in place after the NWC’s dissolution, the crises that had characterised its affairs were laid to rest.power sector records

 

The Emir of Zazzau, in Kaduna State, Alhaji Shehu Idris has died in his palace at the age of 84.

His son, Aminu Shehu Idris, confirmed in an interview with the Tribune Online that his late father who was appointed on 15th February, 1975 and spent 45 years in the throne died on Sunday after a protracted illness.power sector records  power sector records

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