Electricity Company of Ghana Injects Over $2.6m to Upgrade Operations

The Eastern Regional Office of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has disclosed that it has invested US$2.6 million to upgrade its systems and improve the quality of service to power consumers.

Mr. Michael Baah, the Regional Manager, made this known while speaking to journalists after an inspection of the Nkawkaw sub-station which is the Bulk Supply Point (BSP)  project funded by the World Bank.

He said this involved the implementation of 172 major and minor projects.

These are the completion of a US$4 million BSP at Nkwakaw to boost electricity supply to Donkorkrom, Nkwakaw, Mpraeso and New Abirem.

The company currently serves a customer population of 234,509 in the region.

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