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…

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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…

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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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Pleebo to Fish Town Electrification Project to be Completed by December 2020

The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has achieved another milestone in its drive to expand and increase access to electricity throughout Liberia. The Corporation on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, broke grounds for the electrification of the Pleebo to Fish Town Corridor, a component of the Liberia Energy Efficiency Access Project (LEEAP). The separate groundbreaking ceremonies were…

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Monrovia-RIA Corridor Electrification Project to be Launched Wednesday

Monrovia, April 30, 2019 (LEC): A US$31.8 million project funded by the African Development Bank (ADB) to expand electricity to 14,000 new customers along the Monrovia-Roberts International Airport corridor will be launched in Schiefflin, Margibi County on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Under the Liberia Energy Efficiency and Access Project (LEEAP), the project entails the construction…

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LOADING SHEDDING SCHEDULE

LEC March 25, 2019: The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) would like to apologize once again to its paying customers for the ongoing interruptions to electricity service. This Load is the result of four (4) main causes • The massive increase in electricity demand, mainly driven by power theft • The lack of water at Mt….

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Load Shedding (Rolling Brown outs) Announced

Monrovia – March 20, 2019: The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) would like to apologise to its paying customers for the Load Shedding (rolling brown outs) which they are currently experiencing. Over the last 15 months the improved stability and reliability of the LEC’s generation and distribution network has led to an overall increased reliance on…

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Project to Electrify Communities in Garnersville, Brewerville, Virginia etc. Underway

Work on the World Bank funded Monrovia-Bomi Corridor/Liberia Accelerated Electricity Expansion Project-Additional Financing (LACEEP-AF) has resumed following the issuance of the Environmental Social Impact Assessment permit by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The project was suspended last year after the donor requested the conduct of the Environmental Social Impact Assessment survey. The Monrovia-Bomi Corridor/LACEEP-AF project…

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Representative Suacoco Dennis Vows To Champion Expeditious Passage of Proposed Power Theft Law

Montserrado County District Four Representative Rustonlyn Suacoco Dennis has assured the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) that she will champion the bill, which seeks to make power theft an economic crime. Rep. Dennis made the undertaken recently during a town hall meeting between residents of the Soul clinic community and the Community Outreach team of the…

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