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Blackout as national grid collapses again.

Blackout as national grid collapses again.

Nigeria’s national energy system has failed for the sixth time this year.

The last nationwide system failure occurred on June 13, 2022.


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According to statistics from the National System Operator, no electricity production facility was connected to the grid as of 12 p.m. today.

Further investigations revealed that as of 10 a.m., 19 plants were generating a total of 3,302 Megawatts, with Shiroro Hydro generating 573MW.

In a notice to its customers, the Enugu Electricity Distribution Company PLC, EEDC, informed its;

“esteemed customers of a system collapse which occurred at 10:51am today, 26th September, 2022. This has resulted in the loss of supply currently being experienced across the network.

“Due to this development, all our interface TCN stations are out of supply, and we are unable to provide service to our customers in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo States.

“We are on standby awaiting detailed information of the collapse and restoration of supply from the National Control Centre (NCC), Osogbo”, the statement by Emeka Ezeh, Head, Corporate Communications, stated.

As of the time this story was filed, the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, which maintains the system, had not yet explained the causes of the most recent breakdown.

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