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Generating electricity in a most environmentally friendly manner.

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We hava an installed capacity of 1,338.4MW

and contribute about 20% of Nigeria's power.

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Engineer Lamu Audu is the Managing Director of Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited (MESL), the concessionaire of Kainji and Jebba hydropower plants in Niger state. In this interview, Engr. Audu spoke about the investment the company has made to bring the plants’ capacity to 922 megawatts (mw) of electricity in the national grid.... Continue reading
25 December 2017

In Borgu Kingdom where the first hydropower plant is situated along the Kainji Dam in Niger State, the youth said they are helping to protect power facilities and monitor community development projects.... Continue reading
04 November 2017 .

Service contract notice update of the ECOWAS revised master plann for the development of power generation and transmission of electrical energy.. Read More
October 22nd 2017 .

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has called on Nigerians to pay their electricity bills promptly. It said that non-payment of electricity bills would worsen the irregular power supply in Nigeria. Mr Sunday Oduntan, its Executive Director (Research and Advocacy), said in a statement in Lagos that lack of steady power supply had hindered the development of the country...Continue reading
07 November 2017 .

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, yesterday endorsed the regulation for the ‘Eligible Customer’ for four categories of customers that he declared on May 15, 2017. ..Continue reading
07 November 2017 .

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) and workers of the Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) in Abuja have protested what they described as unfair labour practices and poor conditions of service... Continue reading
09 November 2017