Using Proactive Maintenance Strategy for Sustainable Electric Power Production in Nigeria

Tekenah Bestmann, Kingsley Orima, Anthony Odukwe


An unpleasant turn of events would compel and prevail upon power plants owners and operators looking for alternative for keeping maintenance activities up and awake. Thus, causing a break away from outdated traditional system originally practiced in maintenance organizations, which affects operations in terms of costs and energy required for sustainable activity in the power production industry; via Generation, Transmission and Distribution. However, the only inevitably obtainable option as per organizational success in the power industry is through a substituent for a failure based system with success based strategy that is concerned with optimization of complex processes, systems or organization by developing, improving and implementing integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information and equipment, central to manufacturing and production operations. A platform intended to deliver on plant (a) availability (b) reliability and (c) sustainability, which lead to reduced maintenance costs and increased profitability.

Keywords: maintenance management; strategy implementation, power sector, performance optimization

DOI: 10.7176/IEL/11-3-03

Publication date:October 31st 2021

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