NDPHC invested $5 billion in Nigeria’s power infrastructure
Nigeria, Lagos: With a total investment of about $5 billion for building 10 electricity generation plants, several kilometres of transmission lines and distribution facilities across Nigeria, the Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited (NDPHC) has been the leading investor in the nation’s electricity industry.
A recent status report on NDPHC’s activities shows that the upgrade project of the Calabar 132/33 kV substation, including installation of a 60 MVA 132/33 kV transformer and bays to accommodate new lines from Adiabo, has now been completed, reports This Day Live.
Other completed projects undertaken by the company include construction of a substation at Gwagwalada in the Federal Capital Territory with two 150 MVA 330/132/33 kV transformers, as well as the construction of a 2×300 MVA 330/132/33 kV transformer substation at Oke-Aro in Lagos, which is now the largest 330/132 kV transformer substation in the grid, and a 150 MVA 330/132/33 kV substation at Asaba in Delta State.
Source: This Day Live