Nigeria’s electricity generation peaked at 3,629.5MW on Sunday, June 26, 2022, representing a 2.6% decline compared to a peak of 3,725.1MW recorded in the previous day.
This is according to information from the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
On the other hand, off-peak generation improved by 10.9% to 3,327.5MW on Sunday, compared to 2,999.6MW recorded on Saturday, when total energy generated slumped to 79,872.55MWh.
Total generated power increased by 4.8% to 83,688.26MWh from 79,872.55MWh generated in the previous day, while supplied energy also increased by 5.1% to 82,654.31MWh from 78,680.37MWh sent out on Saturday.
Despite the improvement, electricity generation and supply in Nigeria is still largely below the minimum 105,000MWh of electricity required to record stable power supply in the country.
The highest frequency for the day was 50.58Hz, while the lowest frequency was 49.41Hz.