The Electricity Control Board (ECB) is a statutory regulatory authority established in 2000 under the Electricity Act 2 of 2000; which has subsequently been repealed by the Electricity Act, 4 of 2007.
Review of National Energy Policies
The Ministry of Mines & Energy has announced that the process of reviewing the White Paper on Energy Policy of 1998 and drafting of Namibia’s National Energy Policy has commenced. The first National Stakeholder Workshop will be held in Windhoek on 1 August 2016. For more info & registration for the first stakeholder workshop visit www.energypolicy.org.na
Nampower Tariff Adjustment for the Financial Period 2016/2017
NamPower made an application to the ECB in terms of section 27 of the Electricity Act, (Act 4 of 2007). In its application, NamPower requested for an effective bulk tariff increase of 31.24%. Based on government policies, regulatory rules, principle factors and feedback from stakeholders the ECB Board has approved a 16.71% tariff increase. Effective 01 July 2016.
Appointment of 2015/2019 ECB Board
Mines and Energy Minister Mr. Obeth Kandjoze has appointed the following individuals to serve on the ECB board from 14 December 2015 to 13 December 2019. They are:
Mr. Gotlieb Hinda (Chairperson), Ms. Panduleni Shimutwikeni, Ms. Evangeline Nailenge, Ms. Helene Vosloo and Mr. Albertus Basson.
Release of ESI Statistical Bulletin 2014/15
This is the third Issue of the publication. This Statistical Publication is published annually, and is based on data collected by the Electricity Control Board (ECB). This specialised bulletin is intended to give the user reliable industry-specific data not covered in existing publications in the depth and format it is presented in this bulletin.
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