Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has presented awards to six of its Special Load Tariff (SLT) customers in the Eastern Region for their loyalty and prompt payment of electricity bills in the past years.
The awards form part of activities marking ECG’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The awardees were; All Nations University College, Eastern Premier Hotel, Pinora Juice Factory, Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), Arda Group of Companies and Kibi Goldfields Ltd.
Presenting the awards to the customers at separate ceremonies last week Wednesday, the Regional General Manager, Ing. Michael Baah stated that the award was a way of expressing ECG’s appreciation to its customers who have exhibited positive payment attitude and also to enhance the relationships between ECG and its customers.
He said, as the company celebrates its 50th Anniversary, it was of a great significance to acknowledge its customers who had contributed to the success of the company in the past years.
“This award is a token of our appreciation towards your loyalty and dedication towards bill payments. Out of our numerous customers, you were selected as outstanding customers in the region”, he said.
According to Ing. Baah, ECG was making efforts to improve on its services to enhance customer satisfaction.
He said the company had initiated development projects to address the concerns of its SLT customers in the region.
He urged the companies to continue to pay their bills regularly to enable ECG serve them better.
Heads of Kibi Goldfields Ltd and CRIG, Mr. Kofi Agyemang and Dr. Franklin Manu Amoah, respectively appealed to ECG to provide their companies with dedicated transformers and lines to enhance the operations of their companies.
According to Mr. Kofi Agyemang, the biggest challenge facing Kibi Goldfields was to acquire a transformer that will purposely serve the operations of the company.
Executive Director of CRIG, Dr. Franklin Manu Amoah, also appealed to ECG to work towards providing CRIG with bulk metering to reduce their electricity bills. He commended ECG for improving power supply and urged them to do more.
ECG Regional Engineer, Ing. Bernard Tetteh assured the companies of ECG’s commitments towards the enhancement of their operations.
Story: Kofi OWUSU TAWIAH