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ECG’s eight-day ‘dumsor’ schedule begins today

The eight days intermittent power outages, popularly known as dumsor takes effect today, May 10,...

Seth Terkper’s ESLA ‘helping’ Akufo-Addo gov’t to clear energy sector debts – John Kumah

Deputy Finance Minister-designate John Kumah has conceded that the Energy Sector Levy Act (ESLA)...

GNPC’s non-core activities could derail growth plans – PIAC

The Technical Manager of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Mark Agyemang,...

PURC to compensate consumers for power outages

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has said “following the conclusion” of its...

BOST clears GH¢237 million debt to banks, denies claims of underperformance

The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) has cleared all of its GH¢237...
Kenya Power Set to Pay Consumers for Blackouts

Kenya Power Set to Pay Consumers for Blackouts

Businesses that incur financial losses due to power blackouts will receive compensation from Kenya Power if proposed regulations by the energy regulator are adopted. The draft electricity supply regulations published Tuesday by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory...

Nigeria: FG Approves N6.2bn for Six Power Projects

Nigeria: FG Approves N6.2bn for Six Power Projects

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday approved $8.29 million and N3 billion for the execution of various electricity projects. It also said it was ready to commence the distribution of four million free electricity pre-paid meters in the second phase of the...

Zimbabwe: Dam Levels Continue to Rise

Zimbabwe: Dam Levels Continue to Rise

The national dam level has risen to over 79 percent following incessant rains that have been pounding the country. According to a weekly update from the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa), the wet spell being experienced in most parts of the country continues...

Minister inspects Alavanyo hydro power project

Minister inspects Alavanyo hydro power project

The Minister for Energy, Mr John-Peter Amewu, has inspected a newly completed mini hydro power project at Alavanyo Abehenease in the Volta Region. The $400,000 project, which was expected to beef up power supply to the township, was commenced in 2005 but stalled until...

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