AEDC Explains Poor Power Supply, Apologises To Customers
- Mar 4, 2022 3:47 pm GMT
"In recent weeks, the level of power generated and served to the national grid for onward delivery to customers has been abysmally low. However, we do our utmost, at all times, to ensure that we equitably distribute even that modest supply in such a way that a fair cross-section of customers is served.
"At AEDC, knowing full well the place and role of electric power in life, living, economy, and security, we are deeply committed to ensuring that we work collaboratively with other stakeholders within the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) to identify and resolve the challenges within the sector. The root causes of this latest low generation have been identified and are being addressed.
There is perhaps no better way to assure our esteemed customers today than in the words of the Honourable Minister of Power, Engr.
"With the reduction in Hydro capacity during the dry season, additional load needs to be taken up by our Gas plants. We are having maintenance work in the Eastern Axis around Odukpani leading to reduced power supply from the usually reliable NDPHC Calabar Power Plant and we are having challenges at
As a company fully committed to enriching our customers' experience, we regret that this challenge of low generation is beyond AEDC's direct control. We are aware of the plight of our customers. And as our CMO Mr.
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