After weeks of nationwide blackout, the nation’s power generation has picked up a little, rising from over 2,000 MW to 3,368.44 MW in the last few days.
The slight improvement has been attributed to improvement in gas supply.
Of the 3,368.44 MW generated, 3,293.03 MW was distributed for consumption while the balance of 75.41 MW was used to stabilise the system.
The Presidential Task Force on Power, PTFP, which made this known in its latest report at the weekend, however, pointed out that the figures fall far below the nation’s over 12,000 MW estimated peak demand.
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