TCN Power Trasmission
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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.
As part of efforts by the Federal Government to improve electricity supply to every nook and cranny in the country, the Minister of State for Power, Hon. Mohammed Wakil, has commissioned the New 2x150 MVA, 330/132/33kV Transmission Sub-station in Adiabo, Calabar, Cross River State.
The Federal Government has announced severe losses following last weekend’s attack on the Nigeria Gas Company’s pipeline connected to Chevron Nigeria Limited's facility at Escravos in Delta State.
According to the release signed by the Senior Adviser (Communications) to the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Hakeem Bello, the attack has impacted negatively on the Olorunsogo NIPP plant with a generation capacity of 600MW, and other power plants .
The Transmission Company of Nigeria has attained a new record peak generation of 5,074.7MW and highest maximum daily energy wheeled nationwide of 109,372MWH on Tuesday, 2nd February, 2016.
The attention of The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has been drawn to publications in the media insinuating looming nationwide blackout due to the ongoing labour lockdown of the TCN headquarters in Abuja. The Transmission Company of Nigeria wishes to clearly state that there would be no blackout in the nation as TCN staff in its regional offices nationwide, who are responsible for the actual wheeling of bulk electricity, are at their duty posts, ensuring that electricity generated by power generating stations is seamlessly transmitted to distribution load centres nationwide.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says it has restored full power transmission to the nation’s grid after a collapse at 16.44pm on Saturday, 23rd April, 2016, due to sudden generation loss.
At the expiration of their management contract at the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Manitoba Hydro International (MHI), handed over the management of the company to their Nigerian counterparts on Friday 29th July, 2016.