"The new Nyala power station will create an unprecedented stability in the city's electricity supply," said Adam Abaker Ishaq, director of the External Stations Department of the Sudanese Company for Thermal Generation. Abaker explained in a press statement that the plant's production capacity of 30 megawatts consists of 6 units of the Dutch Ursulla which are of high quality.
He said that the plant will operate on a low cost operating system and that all citizens of South Darfur will be satisfied with the sustainability of the electricity supply over the 24 hours. He added that the station will contribute to the revival of the industrial sector in the state and the revival of the commercial movement in relation to the strategic location of the state with neighboring countries.
For his part, the Minister of Urban Planning in the state of South Darfur said that the new power station project is a strategic project for the state government, and Aban said that the plan of his ministry aims to introduce 125 thousand new homes to the electricity grid of the city.