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BREAKING: Nigeria’s National grid collapses to 629.90MW



The national grid by 10:00am on Monday collapsed to 629MW, spelling doom for the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI).

The grid may collapse from pressure to meet the demand of band A customers.

Band A customers are those who enjoy a minimum of 20 hours per day supply.

The TCN and DisCos have been trading blame on why they cannot meet their contractual obligations.

According to the Independent System Operator (SO), the technical wing of the TCN, at 10:53am on Monday, 770MW was sent to 10 electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos).

Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHEDC) , according to the document of Load Distribution Profile, got 0MW.

Details shortly…

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