Geometric Power to Commission 141MW Aba Power Plant

Geometric Power to Commission 141MW Aba Power Plant

by Ikem Emmanuel

Geometric Power to Commission 141MW Aba Integrated Power Plant: A Milestone for Abia State –

Geometric Power, under the leadership of Bart Nnaji and with credit to Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (NOI), is set to mark a significant milestone in Nigeria’s energy sector with the commissioning of the 141MW Aba Integrated Power Plant. Scheduled for February 26, this event heralds a new era for Abia State, particularly in its transition from a consumer to a producer of electricity.

The Aba IPP is poised to bolster the power supply in Abia State, addressing the longstanding issue of inadequate electricity that has hindered economic growth and development in the region. Post-commissioning, the plant is expected to generate an impressive 188MW of electricity, a testament to the commitment of Geometric Power and its partners to delivering reliable energy infrastructure.

This achievement is not only a testament to the vision and dedication of Bart Nnaji and the team at Geometric Power but also a cause for celebration for the people of Abia State. Alex Otti, the Abia State governor, has been a vocal advocate for improved infrastructure and economic development in the state. His efforts, along with those of other stakeholders, have contributed to the realization of the Aba IPP project.

Alex Otti’s involvement in advocating for sustainable development in Abia State underscores the importance of public-private partnerships in driving progress at the grassroots level. As a former banker and gubernatorial candidate, Otti brings a wealth of experience and insight to the table, further enriching the collaborative efforts aimed at transforming Abia State into an economic hub.


The commissioning of the Aba Integrated Power Plant not only signifies a breakthrough in Nigeria’s energy sector but also symbolizes a turning point for Abia State. With increased access to reliable electricity, the state is poised to attract investment, stimulate industrial growth, and improve the overall quality of life for its residents.

As Abia State transitions from being a consumer to a producer of electricity, it sets a precedent for other states to follow suit, highlighting the transformative power of strategic infrastructure projects in driving socio-economic development across Nigeria.


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