The Electricity Company of Ghana Limited (ECG) has announced that it will be carrying out a nationwide revenue mobilization exercise from Monday, May 29 to Friday, June 2, 2023.
The purpose of this extensive operation is to address outstanding payments from all categories of customers, including State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs).
Special teams will be deployed to monitor the exercise and take legal action against customers who attempt to disrupt it or engage in illegal self-reconnection after disconnection.
During the revenue mobilisation period, the ECG will operate with a reduced staff pool to ensure the full participation of top management and staff in the exercise.
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However, all Customer Service Centres will remain open to provide essential services to customers. This initiative aims to enhance revenue collection and ensure the financial stability of the Electricity Company of Ghana Limited.
“This massive revenue mobilisation exercise will focus on all categories of customers in arrears including State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), and will be monitored by special teams who will apprehend and prosecute customers who attempt to interfere with the exercise , and/or undertake illegal self-reconnection after disconnection.
Persuant to this exercise, ECG shall operate with a lean staff pool who will provide essential service to customers during the revenue mobilisation period to enable total participation by top Management and staff. However, all Customer Service Centre remain open to serve,” the company wrote in a release today.