Power supply from the National Grid fell by 25.3 percent to 3,320.70 Megawatts yesterday from 4,446.02MW recorded last Sunday.
According to data supplied by the National System Operator it showed that has at 5pm, 19 power generation companies were on the grid.
The largest electricity supplier was Egbin Power with 544MW, followed by Azura-Edo IPP with 426MW and Delta Power with 367MW. The least suppliers were Omoku (Gas) with 46.20MW and Paras Energy with 46.80MW.
The data also revealed that the eleven electricity distribution companies were willing to take only 2,949.02MW, leaving 371.68MW unallocated.
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