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The Electricity Company of Ghana Limited wishes to apologise to our Customers on the BOT prepayment system over the long delays they are experiencing in their bid to vend. +++ This situation is as a result of work in progress to completely resolve the initial challenge and normalize the BOT prepayment business process. +++ Once again we sincerely apologise for the inconvenience.

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has invested 40 million dollars to undertake some projects in the Volta Region.
The Managing Director of ECG, Engineer Samuel Boakye-Appiah revealed at the commissioning of a new primary station in Hohoe in the Volta Region that the projects are aimed at expanding and improving its network infrastructure in the region. He added that the projects will help the company “provide sustainable quality and stable power supply to clients”.

The 7th Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA) was held on 15th July, 2017, at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra. GITTA recognises customer service innovation and excellence in the Ghana Telecom and Information Technology industry. The Theme for this year’s awards celebration was “Promoting and Rewarding Excellence in Ghana ICT sector”, which gave eligible organizations and individuals the opportunity to compete for prestigious awards.

Electricity Company of Ghana has commissioned a team of engineers to investigate incessant power cuts during downpours.
ECG Managing Director, Samuel Boakye-Appiah, who describes the situation “disturbing”, says the report of the team will help the company deal with the situation.

Electricity Company of Ghana says it is investing 123 million dollars to procure new equipment for improved service delivery and revenue generation.
Officials say this will address persistent instability in power supply, especially, in the Ashanti Region which Deputy Minister for Energy disagrees is a return to ‘dumso’.
Managing Director of ECG, Samuel Boakye-Appiah, says 600 new transformers and 500,000 new prepaid meters are expected to be installed over the next three years.

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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is constructing a new primary power sub-station at Mataheko, a suburb of Accra. The new station, being put up at a cost of $4 million, will improve power supply to Mataheko and surrounding areas, including Kaneshie, Bubuashie and parts of Dansoman, when completed.

Work on the sub-station is currently 70 per cent complete and will be fitted with a 2x20 mVA transformers to meet the increasing needs of consumers.

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