LEC Announces Life Line (Social)Tariff

LEC is pleased to announce the introduction of its Lifeline (Social) Tariff The lifeline Tariff is an initiative of LEC which has been approved by the LEC Board and Liberia Electricity  Regulatory Commission (LERC). It’s aim is to make LEC mains electricity more accessible and affordable to households and small business who have low level…

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LEC Dry Season Preparations 2020-2021

Press Statement on the Power Supply Situation (CLSG & Dry Season 2020 -2021) The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has once again hit a new milestone reaching a peak demand of 47.45MW on New Year’s Eve 2020. This is a direct result of the addition of over 27,000 new customers to the LEC system during 2020…

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Customer Service Relocation

Public Service Announcement The Liberia Electricity Corporation wishes to inform the general public and its valuable customers that its Customer Service Centre has been moved to a new location on the VP Road Togba Camp Community Opposite the Catholic Junction. For Direction: From Central Monrovia and Sinkor: At the St. Joseph Catholic Hospital Junction, make…

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LEC to begin Load Shedding Operations

Despite recent very welcomed rainfall, LEC has now moved to full scale dry season operations. The critically reduced water inflow at Mt. Coffee has forced LEC to use the more costly Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) to generate at Bushrod, Station. LEC had hoped that this dry season’s demand would be met by excess power purchased…

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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…

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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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