Learn More about the Presidential Power Initiative

President Muhammadu Buhari established the FGN Power Company as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to deliver the Presidential Power Initiative (PPI) in partnership with Siemens in 2018.

The Presidential Power Initiative (PPI) aims to enable the Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) to achieve commercial autonomy by facilitating investments in critical infrastructure to support power delivery and service to Nigerians. The Presidential Power Initiative (PPI) seeks to modernize, rehabilitate and expand the national grid by investing in the electricity value chain (generation, transmission and distribution systems) of the power sector.
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Transmission Projects

PPI will upgrade, modernize, and invest in the existing Transmission Company of Nigeria’s sites as well as embark on new projects in the Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry.

Distribution Systems

PPI will facilitate construction of feeders, injection substations, distribution substations, and auto reclosers for 11 existing Distribution Companies (Discos).

National Metering Systems

PPI will integrate all the DisCos to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) for prepayment transactions.

Power Simulation

PPI will facilitate the Power System Simulation for Nigeria (PSS4N) and System Development Studies which are the Power Technologies International (PTI) workstreams.

Capacity Development

PPI will conduct equipment and product training for Transmission Company of Nigeria and DisCos’ employees on all equipment and products installed.

PPI Project Book

An overview of the FGN Power Company’s unique approach to transforming the Nigerian Power Sector through Collaboration, Financing and Due Diligence.

News and Publications

Get the latest news and updates on the PPI projects and activities.

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