By Obas Esiedesa
The Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) has reached agreement to supply power directly to Republic of Togo and are also in discussion with Paradise City in Cross River state using spare capacity at the Calabar Power plant.
The Executive Director, Generation, NDPHC, Engr. Kassim Abdullahi disclosed after inspecting the plant at the weekend.
The plant, which is wholly owned by NDPHC under the NIPP prgramme, has five units with designed total capacity of 600 Mega Watts.
Speaking shortly after the inspection visit, Engr. Abdullahi described that plant as one of the best amongst NDPHC plants with gas available and with a good dispatch network.
He said the company already has a power purchase agreement to supply 70MW of power to West African nation, Togo, from the…