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Lagos TCN receives seven new transformers

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The Akangba 330/132kV transmission Substation in Lagos is set to witness an enhancement in power supply, as the Transmission Company of Nigeria announces the receipt of seven new power transformers. 

Ranging in capacities from 60MVA to 100MVA, along with their accessories, these transformers are part of the ongoing TCN/World Bank power projects.

According to Ndidi Mbah, the General Manager of Public Affairs at TCN, the transformers are earmarked for distribution to key substations including Alausa 132/33kV Transmission Substation, Akoka 132/33kV Transmission Substation, Maryland 132/33kV Transmission Substation, Itire 132/33kV Transmission Substation, and Amuwo 132/33kV Transmission Substation.

“When installed, the transformers will substantially increase the company’s transmission capacity”, she added.

Mbah highlighted that each of the mentioned substations, with the exception of Akoko 132/33kV Substation and Amuwo 132/33kV Substation, will receive one transformer each. Akoko and Amuwo substations are set to receive two transformers each. 

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