Ikeja Electric commissions two new injection substations


The management of Ikeja Electric has revealed that it has installed new injection sub-stations in two of its units’ offices, Spark reports.

The Shomolu and Akowonjo Business Units of Ikeja Electric have strengthened their networks in a concerted bid to improve power supply to customers. The two Business Units recently commissioned two new Injection Sub-Stations at Abule Taylor (1 x 15MVA) and Olowora (1 X 15MVA).

The Abule Taylor Injection station will relieve the existing overloaded Ekoro 2 X 15MVA Injection Substation while Olowora Injection Sub-Station will relieve the overloaded Ojodu and Isheri Injection Substations which will further strengthen the 11kv feeders supplying Isheri, Omole Phase ll and environs.



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