TCN Power Trasmission
At TCN we strongly believe in customer satisfaction, hence our strong collaborative framework with customers.
Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) was incorporated in November 2005. TCN emerged from the defunct National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) as a product of the merger of the Transmission and Operations sectors on April 1, 2004.
Being one of the 18 unbundled Business Units under the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), the company was issued a transmission License on 1st July, 2006. TCN licensed activities include: electricity transmission, system operation and electricity trading which is ring fenced.
Sequel to his appointment and handover to him by Dr. Abubakar Atiku, the Interim Managing Director of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Mr. Usman Gur Mohammed has pledged to ensure the strict compliance with his mandate to ensure optimum performance and subsequent improvement of electricity transmission in the country.
The interim Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Usman Gur Mohammed, has requested for land titles to all plots of land allocated to TCN, as well as the intervention of the Hon. Minister of the FCT on issues of illegal excavation and encroachment on land earmarked for electricity projects in the FCT.
Following an assessment visit by TCN management team to the erosion site threatening towers no 94 and 98 in one of the islands along the River Niger, the MD/CEO, TCN, Mr. U. G. Mohammed has directed that immediate control measures be taken to curb the menace and stop the towers from collapsing.
The attention of the Transmission Company of Nigeria has been drawn to some recent reports of request to generation companies to ‘ramp down’.
Long distance transmission lines from power stations to distribution load centers in the North East have been identified as one of the factors responsible for low voltage in the North Eastern part of the country, especially in Borno State.