Written by Priscilla Boakye
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has announced its plans to carry out a comprehensive meter audit across the country, starting from February 1 and continuing throughout the year. The audit aims to ensure the integrity of both post-paid and prepaid meters in ECG's operational areas.
Under the authority of the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission's LI 2413 (2020), ECG emphasized its right to access installations at any time. To maintain the accuracy and reliability of the audit process, ECG has issued a warning that hindering their teams could result in service disconnection.
Customers are advised to be vigilant and verify the identification cards of ECG personnel to avoid encounters with imposters. This precautionary measure ensures the credibility and safety of the audit process.
The nationwide meter audit is a proactive step taken by ECG to ensure the accuracy of electricity consumption measurements and promote fair billing practices. By conducting a thorough examination of both the front and back of meters, ECG aims to maintain transparency and accountability in its operations.
Stay tuned for further updates on this nationwide meter audit as ECG works towards ensuring a reliable and efficient electricity supply for all Ghanaians.
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