Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) Limited signed a power purchase agreement with the Kano state government last Thursday to provide 20 MW of electricity. Electricity will be used to improve the operations of the National Water Board.
According to Abdullahi, the executive director of production of NDPHC, the company’s capacity was increasing, with NDPHC already contributing around 700 MW to the national grid in Nigeria from 10 production companies and the power station in Nigeria. ‘Aloaji, who would supply electricity to Kano, being one of them.
According to Kassim Abdullahi, the company chose the Aloaji power station because of the reliability and availability of electricity to be delivered under the agreement with Kano state, noting that the generation company has the capacity to send 500 MW.