The National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) has begun work on 22 substations and 2058 km of transmission lines in its bid to ensure effective power supply and distribution by December this year and beyond. NEPA has commenced the repairs and rehabilitation of the facilities in their supply and distribution network, as well as installation of new transformers and construction of new transmission lines. Of the 22 substations, 16 are 132/33 kV, installed with a 2×30/40 transformer each, while the other six would have a 2×150 transformer installed in a 330/132/33 kV substation. Of the transmission lines, 11 links of the network would carry 132 kV, while another six would carry 330 kV.