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Joseph T. Mayah

Deputy - Managing Director

Liberia Electricity Corporation

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Liberia Electricity Corporation

Lesotho

Company Description

LEC, The Liberia Electricity Corporation is a public utility entity created in 1973 by the Government of the Republic of Liberia through an act of Legislature with a mandate to produce and supply economic and reliable electric power to the entire nation, while... more.

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Management Team | Liberia Electricity Corporation

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DCEO-Planning:Joseph T. Mayah


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Joseph T. Mayah
DCEO-Planning Liberia Electricity Corporation


www.power-nigeria.com

The West African Power Pool project (WAPP) will cost US$ 440 million to implement, according to Mr. Joseph Mayah, deputy-managing director of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC).


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The West African Power Pool project (WAPP) will cost US$ 440 million to implement, according to Mr. Joseph Mayah, deputy-managing director of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC).
Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea will electrified from neighboring Cote d' Ivoire upon completion. The Cote d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone-Guinea (CLSG) energy project was mandated by an ECOWAS Energy protocol that was signed in 1999 with an overall objective to interconnect member States with quality, cheap and affordable energy market in the sub region. "This project is going to cost US$440 million ($323 million Euros), and it will take up to four years to be completed," Mr. Mayah said. He added: "The objective here is to build a 1,535km line from Man in Cote d'Ivoire through Yekepa, Liberia, and from Buchanan to Monrovia (to the Mount Coffee Hydro), and then to Bo Waterside onward to Sierra Leone." Mr. Mayah said the 1535km line will initially bring 120 megawatts, and at its full completion, "it will bring up to 240 megawatts to the three member countries--Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.


www.gnnliberia.com

On hand to receive the Liberian President at LEC's Bushrod Island facilities were the Minister of Lands, Mines and Energy, Mr. Patrick Sendolo; and LEC's Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Joseph Mayah, among others.


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