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ECG Celebrates 50years. +++ 50 Years of Powering the Socio-Economic Growth and Development of Ghana
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The Electricity Company of Ghana Limited has entered into partnership with Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) on September 28, 2016, at the Head Office, Accra. 
The MOU is to support the Company’s Operations in the fields of Supervising Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Loss Reduction, Geographic Information System (GIS), Advance Metering Infrastructure (AMI), and Distribution Automation System (DAS).



The Electricity Company of Ghana Limited(ECG) as part of its efforts to ensure quality delivery of service to customers and promote professionalism, has instituted a Code of Conduct for its third party contractors.


ECG over the years has engaged the services of Third Party Contractors in its service delivery especially in the construction of its networks, substations and other electrical infrastructure.


Management of ECG, over the years, has taken steps to ensure constant power supply to the Company’s customers. In this regard, a new 132MVA Bulk Supply Point (B.S.P.) has been constructed at the Tema power enclave close to Substation ‘H’, which is a joint initiative from ECG and GRIDCo.


from right-Isaac Boamah, Osei Kwame Oppong, Abdul Hamidu and Wisdom Ablomertsi

The Utility Circuit Court on Saturday convicted four electricians to a fine of 100 penalty units (GHs 1,200) each for their involvement in a master card and meter theft or in default, serve one year prison in hard labour.

They are also to pay compensation totalling GHs 6,000 to the Electricity Company of Ghana Limited (ECG) for causing damage its property.

Picture from left: Godknows Hiatepe, Hayford Mortey, Angel Gabriel Quarshie, and Mumuni Isaaka.

Two fined for interfering in ECG network. An Accra Magistrate Court has sentenced two people, to a fine of GHs 1200 each for interfering in ECG network.
They are to pay GHs 2000 as compensation to the Company. They are Godknows Hiatepe, an aluminium fabricator and Angel Gabriel Quarshie,  a cultural drummer.
They pleaded guilty in Court and were convicted on their own plea. 
Two others who were standing trial with them, Hayford Mortey, an IT officer and Mumuni Isaaka, pleaded not guilty to stealing and were granted bail in the sum of GHs 10,000 each to reappear on August 27, 2016.



ECG at 50



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