Power Generation Fall in Q1 2022

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Power generation on the national grid slumped consecutively in the first and second quarters of 2022, recording a cumulative crash of 1,713.55 gigawatt-hours during the six-month period.

According to data on the sector’s operational performance, the total quarterly generation in Q1 2022 plunged by 632.17GWh to 8,848.04GWh, when compared to what was generated in the preceding quarter.

The Ministry of Power indicated that the fall in power generation continued in the second quarter, as it further crashed by 1,081.38GWh to 7,766.66GWh in Q2 2022.

Written by: Helen Obih

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