• Thursday, April 25, 2024
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NDPHC delivers eight distribution projects

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Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited (NDPHC) owners of National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP) has delivered eight (8) distribution projects in South-East and South-South region of the country.

James Olotu, managing director of the Company at the commissioning of the projects said NIPP Projects are meant to provide improved power supply to all parts of the country. “We have said that this year will be a year of bumper harvest with NIPP projects. No part of the country is left out, so we will continue to commission projects as they are completed in different parts of the country,” Olotu stated.

According to a statement issued by Yakubu Lawal, deputy general manager and head of Communication and Public Relations, quoted Olotu as saying. “We are committed to the transformation agenda of President Goodluck Jonathan and that of the Vice President Arc. Namadi Sambo who also doubles as chairman NDPHC to deliver all distribution projects to Nigerians by end of June this year.”

Lawal listed the projects commissioned in four states to include, 15MVA 33/11 distribution injection. Sub-station in Uluku, Edo state, 7.5MVA 33/11 distribution substation each in Isele Uku and Illah in Delta states respectively. Also commissioned were, 1×7.5MVA injection sub -station each in Orafite and Amichi in Anambra states .

In Enugu state, Olotu commissioned a 2×2.5MVA Eke distribution injection sub-station and 7.5MVA distribution injection substation in Trade Fair area of Enugu as well as 7.5MVA injection sub-station in New Heaven Enugu state.