DPHC is incorporated under the Companies and Allied matters Act as a private limited Liability company fully subscribed to by Federal, state and local governments with a mandate to manage the power projects tagged, National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP), an emergency intervention scheme to tackle the power problem in the country…Read more
National Integrated Power Project (NIPP)
The National Integrated Power Project (NIPP) was conceived in 2004 as a major fast-track initiative to add significant new generation capacity to Nigeria’s electricity supply system. The generation projects are accompanied…
October 24th, 2013: The Minister of Power Prof.Chinedu Nebo, Managing Director NDPHC Mr.James Abiodun Olotu, Managing Director Nigeria Gas Company Mallam, Saidu Mohammed, and Engr.Onuoha Igwe Head Generation NDPHC Front view of 500MW capacity NIPP Omotosho II Power station in Omotosho, Ondo state…read more
October 21st, 2013: The Federal Government thereafter incorporated Niger Delta Power HoldingCompany Limited (NDPHC) as a limited liability company to serve as the legal …read more
The NIPP Power Stations are located in the South/North Central parts of the country where quantum gas facilities are readily available to supply natural gas to fire and sustain the gas turbine power plants. This is very strategic for economic reasons.
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The Niger Delta Power, NDPHC began its journey in 2004 as The National Integrated Power Project (NIPP). It was conceived as a fast-track government funded initiative to stabilize Nigeria’s electricity supply system while the private-sector-led structure of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act (EPSRA) of 2005 took effect.