Sierra Leone’s SLEWRC engages gov’t stakeholders on draft mini grid regulation

The Sierra Leone Electricity and Water Regulatory Commission (SLEWRC) on Wednesday January 9th in a technical workshop, engaged government stakeholders on the Drift Mini Grid Regulation.

The two-day technical workshop, which ended on Thursday, 10th January, was hosted at the Lagoonda Entertainment Centre Conference Hall, Aberdeen in Freetown.

Speaking at the workshop, Director General of SLEWRC, Emmanuel Mannah, said the objective of the technical workshop on the drift mini grid regulation was to present the document to various stakeholders in the energy sector across the county.

He said the Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA) can’t provide electricity to the entire country for now, but that working on such regulations will help to encourage bigger investors in the energy sector to come and invest in the country.

Source: Concord



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