With the installation of transformers, substations, and other accessories to increase supply, power generation on the national grid has remained over 4,000 megawatts since January of this year.
Experts think that advancements in the deployment of equipment like transformers, substations, and other accessories were responsible for the grid’s current stability.
Contrary to the multiple instances of grid collapse noted in 2022, the installation of substations and transformers appears to have aided in system stabilization this year.
The power sector’s various reports revealed that Nigeria’s power system went out roughly seven times in 2017. In March and April of last year, the country’s electrical grid failed twice.