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  • The Power Theft Act
    Theft of electricity through illegal connections, tampering with meters, transmission and distribution lines, and theft of assets including poles, wires and transformers, remain the most singular challenge to the viability and sustenance of LEC as a Public Utility Company. The challenge involves individuals tampering with and making illegal connections in their communities to the LEC...
  • LEC Begins Replacing Damaged Transformers
    Materials, Equipment Arriving LEC would like to thank its many paying customers for their continuing support and forbearance over the last several months due to back log of damaged transformers mainly caused by electricity theft. As you know, the impact of energy theft is such that LEC’s financial position has been severely damaged and LEC...
  • 78 LEC Employees Trained and Certificated by the National Power Training Center of Nigeria
    Monrovia, June 25, 2019 (Liberia Electricity Corporation):  The National Power Training Center of Nigeria (NAPTIN) through the Capacity Building Program of the West African Power Poll (WAPP) has completed the training and certification of 78 employees of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC). The certification ceremony, which was the climax of the capacity building program was...
  • Customers to Begin Paying Electricity Bills in Grand Gedeh and Maryland this Month
    Monrovia, June 9, 2019 (Liberia Electricity Corporation):  The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) will effective June, 2019, commence the commercialization of the rural electrification grids in Grand Gedeh and Maryland Counties. Following commercialization, residents and businesses connected to the grid in both counties will commence payment of electricity bills. Customers will be classified in two categories:...

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Progress as of December 15, 2016

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
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