In this regard, ECG in a release, signed by the Managing Director, Samuel Mahama, entreated customers “to take charge of their personal consumption by conserving energy which will lead to spending less on electricity.
The Electricity Company of Ghana wishes to inform our cherished customers and stakeholders that it will implement the PURC-approved major tariff review, which was announced on 15th August, 2022, with effect from Thursday, 1st September 2022,” a portion of the release stated.
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According to ECG, “the average percentage increase is on energy consumption only, therefore the addition of statutory levies and other fixed charges will increase the average percentage announced by the PURC.”
“In effect, individual customers’ tariff percentage increase will depend on customer classification and consumption category,” the release added.