On Monday, May 23rd, 2022, Nigeria generated a total of 89,648.54MWh, a 5.2% increase over the 85,209.68MWh generated the day before. On Monday, power supply jumped by 5.2% to 88,390.76MWh, up from 84,045.52MWh the day before.
This is According to the Nigerian Transmission Company (TCN).
Despite the little increase, Nigeria’s energy generation remains below the 105 kMWh threshold required for the country’s power supply to be stable. Nigerians, in particular, continue to suffer from epileptic power supply, with three system outages thus far in 2022, resulting in extensive blackouts across the country.
Additionally, Nigeria’s energy generation peaked at 3,943.2MW, which is 5.1% higher than the 3,751.1MW peak recorded on Sunday, while off-peak generation rose to 3,424.8MW.
Highlights (23rd May 2022)
- Peak generation – 3,953.2MW (+5.1%)
- Off-peak generation – 3,424.8MW (+1.9%)
- Energy generated – 89,648.54MWh (+5.2%)
- Energy sent out – 88,390.76MWh (+5.2%)
It is worth noting that the highest frequency for the day was 50.93Hz, while the lowest frequency was 49.03Hz.
Meanwhile, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) announced that construction on the 330KV Akure Transmission Substation in Ondo State, which is scheduled to deliver up to 96MW of energy, has been finished.