Energy Efficiency Standards and Labels Programme is designed to ensure that only appliances that meet minimum energy efficiency standards enter the Ghanaian market. In accordance with the provisions of the Energy Efficiency Standards and Labelling.
Appliance manufacturers who export to Ghana and retailers who sell in Ghana are obliged to display a label which indicates the energy efficiency rating of the product before the first retail sale.
It is an offence under LI1815 to import, display for sale or sell Air Conditioners and Compact Fluorescent Lamps in Ghana unless they meet the minimum performance standards and are properly labelled
- Remember the more stars on the label the more energy efficient the product.
- Always look for the Efficiency Label.
- If a product is not labeled, it is probably not energy efficient.
The Energy Commission has developed an electricity distribution code. The purpose of the Distribution Code is to ensure that the distribution network provides fair, transparent, nondiscriminatory, safe, reliable, secure and cost efficient delivery of electrical energy.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) sets the tariff, in consultation with key stakeholders comprising the generators, distributors and the representatives of major consumers. It is an independent body and not subject to the control of any authority in the performance of its functions.
Electricity supply is divided into bulk electricity (transmission level) and final electricity (distribution level). The country runs a block end user tariff system for electricity reaching all classes of consumers. The sum of the bulk supply tariff (BST) and the distribution service charge (DSC) is the End User Tariff (EUT) charged by the distribution companies. The End User Tariff is classified largely into industry, commercial (non-residential) and residential customers
The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) wishes to inform the general public that, the Commission has acquired a toll free service line – 0800 100 700.
The Toll Free Service line will enable the general public especially customers of Ghana Water Company Ltd. (GWCL), Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and the Northern Electricity Distribution Company (NEDCo) to call the Commission’s offices from all networks at no cost to them to seek information or make their complaints for immediate redress
Data on energy statistics and reports on the energy sector is available on the energy commission website. Click link to view http://www.energycom.gov.gh/
Approved Charges To Access Of On-Grid Connections (ECG)
|TYPE OF SERVICE||APPROVED CHARGES GHS||APPROVED CHARGES GHS|
|1 - Phase||3 - Phase|
|1 – Pole Extension||2,400.00||4,000.00|
|2 – Pole Extension||4,200.00||7,000.00|
|SHEP / GOG Projects||FREE||FREE|
|Additional Load (upgrade to 3-phase)||500.00||500.00|