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The 132kV transmission substation is one of the five substation projects comprising the Abuja Ring Projects, funded by Agence Francais de Developpment (AFD).
The substation which has six (6) feeders through which bulk electricity is transmitted to Abuja Electricity Distribution Company’s (AEDCs) load centers, receives bulk supply from the Katampe 132kV Transmission line.
The company’s General Manager, Public Affairs, Ndidi Mbah, in a statement said that with the connection of the substation to the transmission network, TCN has added over 98 megawatts to the national grid.
She confirmed that the other four substation projects are at various stages of completion.
“Two would soon be energized while the other two are ongoing. Significantly on completion of the entire project, the FCT and environs would have adequate power supply for the next 50 years.
“The Abuja Ring Project is one of the several projects being executed by TCN to further expand the transmission grid.
“TCN would not rest on it oars but would continue to work towards further expanding the nations grid, to put in place a very robust transmission network that would continue to efficiently transmit bulk electricity to Distribution load centers nationwide”, the TCN spokesperson.