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DISCLAIMER: The Electricity Company of Ghana Limited (ECG) wishes to inform the general public that our attention has been drawn to an announcement circulating on social media claiming that ECG is recruiting to enhance its workforce. +++ We wish to state categorically that this announcement is false and should be ignored. +++ The general public is to note that, when such announcement is officially made, it will be advertised in print media, on radio and television and can be verified on the ECG Website ( and our social media handles. +++

IMG 20161129 WA0084PRO/Western Philip Osei Bonsu addressing the students 

Students of Archbishop Porter Girls Senior High School in Takoradi have been schooled on the operations of the Electricity Company of Ghana. The education formed part of the week-long celebrations to mark the 28th anniversary of Power Queens Club. The theme for the celebrations was “Integrity in Service Delivery, the role of the Queen”.


A self-styled pastor and two electricians have been gaoled six months for interfering in the distribution network of the Company and attempting to defraud a businessman in Accra.

Jude Bentum, Pastor, Kofi Agyeman Aboagye and Richard Asusey, both electricians, pleaded guilty and were convicted on their own plea by an Accra Circuit Court presided over by Mrs. Afi Agbanu-Kudomor on Saturday November 5, 2016.

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has rolled out a contingency plan to ensure stable supply of power during the December 7, 2017 general election and beyond, the Managing Director of the company, Mr Robert Dwamena, has said.

Under the plan, the company will deploy its engineers to man all critical installations, including the bulk supply points,  primary substation transformers and lines that will feed constituency collation centres across the country.


The General Manager Public Relations welcoming the people present 

The Management of ECG Volta, has held separate dialogues with two key stakeholders in the Company’s operations – the media and Customers – within the Region. The engagements coincided with the celebration of the 2016 Safety, Health and Environment Week.

Speaking to selected senior media personnel, the Volta Regional General Manager, Ing. Joseph Forson, recounted some challenges the Company faced at the beginning of 2016. He stressed that despite the challenge of adequately supplying power to customers, due to power generation challenges, customers in the region were supportive and understanding throughout the period.

The Managing Director, Mr Robert Dwamena addressing the launch 
The Electricity Company of Ghana has launched this year’s Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Week celebration in the Central region.
This annual event is aimed at deepening awareness on safety at the workplace, and fostering closer ties with key stakeholders in communities where we operate. The theme for this year’s week-long event is “Workplace Stress: A Collective Challenge”.

Director Operations, Ing Tetteh Okyne (in the middle) addressing the Press together with Director Engineering, Ing.Kwadwo Ayensu Obeng on the right with General Manager Public Relations Mr. William Boateng on the left. 

Good morning ladies and gentlemen of the media,

The Electricity Company of Ghana called this press briefing to explain the recent distribution challenges and assure our customers and the general public that the outlook for the future is bright according to our suppliers, and that we have also strengthened our distribution system enough to ensure we deliver quality, reliable and safe electricity services to our customers.




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