NEWS

  • LEC Clarifies Media Report
    11th May 2018 This statement is released in response to inaccurate statements concerning the current LEC management made in the Front Page Africa report of May 9, 2018. The ESBI management team at LEC is fully committed to working with our Liberian colleagues in LEC in order to improve the operational and financial viability of...
  • LEC COMMENCES MAJOR CAMPAIGN TO DISCONNECT DEBTORS AND REMOVE ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS
    Commencing Monday March 12th LEC will commence a major campaign to disconnect those customers who owe large debts to LEC and those consumers who are illegally connected to its electricity distribution network. LEC staff will also carry out an inspection of installed electricity meters and it is also intended to disconnect those customers who are...
  • LEC TO BEGIN PROSECUTING ELECTRICITY THIEVES AS CORPORATION LOSSES 49% TO COMMERCIAL THEFT
    The Chief Executive Officer of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), Mr. John Ashley has disclosed plans to embark on a rigorous campaign to combat power theft, which is causing the corporation huge financial losses. Electricity Theft accounts for 49% of commercial losses sustained by the LEC. CEO Ashley disclosed that there are several commercial customers...
  • LEC MEETS CALDWELL RESIDENTS …….Promises residents of LEC management commitment of extending electricity to Caldwell
    MONROVIA, LIBERIA FEBRUARY 20, 2018: The Management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), on Monday, February 19, 2018 met with a delegation representing aggrieved residents of Caldwell. The aggrieved residents were protesting due to the lack of electricity in the township of Caldwell. The residents lamented the insecurity and hardship they are faced with due...

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LEC's Mission

To increase reliable access to affordable electricity throughout the country, in the quickest, most prudent and sustainable manner possible’’

energy saving
    1. Ensure your electrical installations are carried out professionally to avoid unnecessary electrical losses
    2. Buy and use only appliances with good energy rating
    3. Keep doors and windows closed when using air-conditioners
    4. Keep your air-conditioner thermostat at 22-24 degrees and use fan where possible
    5. Turn off lights and appliances in rooms you don't use and all appliances on stand-by
    6. Use energy efficient light bulbs
    7. Keep your fridge and freezer doors closed

"Small light Today, Big Light Tomorrow!"

LEC is fighting to bring light to all liberians. Click here for a list of on-going projects.

 

Monrovia North
Mon - Fri:  8 am -2 pm to 8 pm to 2 am 
Sat-Sun : Full Power

Waterside area
Mon - Fri:  8 am -2 pm to 8 pm to 2 am 
Sat-Sun : Full Power

Contact Us

LEC Headquarters, Waterside
P.O. Box 10-165
Monrovia, Liberia
*NEW* Customer Service Number: 
0888510452

*NEW* Emergency Number: 
0888510550

Email: info@lecliberia.com