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The Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) has announced it’s plans to expedite work on four power plants that will boost Power supply in the nation.
The four plants which are located in Alaoji, Egbema, Omoku and Gbarain is expected to have a combined capacity of about 2,000 megawatts.
New Executive Director, Generation, NDPHC, Mr. Kassim Abdullahi noted that the company was making efforts to engage new Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors to complete the plants and make them available to the national grid.
Meanwhile, some of the projects were delayed due to the cancellation of the contracts by NDPHC to the contractor that was handling it.
Quoting Abdullahi, “We are going to ensure that for all these power plants that are still undergoing installation, we will engage the right EPCs to make sure we complete them, have a thorough follow up on all the key open issues that these power plants have not to make them operational.”
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