Lagos, Ogun to get six substations to boost power supply, industrialisation –TCN
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says it will construct six 330kv transmission substations in Lagos and Ogun s to improve power supply and boost industrialisation in the country.
The Managing Director of TCN, Mohammed Usman-Gur, made this known at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.
He said the construction of the substations became necessary in view of the importance of electricity in promoting industrialisation.
According to him, TCN‘s move to build the substations in the Western parts of the country is aimed at consolidating on its Transmission Rehabilitation Expansion Programme (TREP), having begun the Abuja transmission expansion projects.
Mohammed, who did not disclose the cost of the projects, listed the locations of the projects in Ogun to include Mountain of fire, Ojijo, Aribajo and new Agbala.
He said the other two substations would also be developed at the Badagry area of Lagos. (NAN)