The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority Starts engaging stakeholders in the energy sector


The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) will from today start engaging stakeholders in the energy sector on the proposed 60% hike in electricity tariffs.

ESCOM pushed MERA to approve a raise in electricity tariffs for the next four years, despite the continued power blackouts.

Captains of Industry complain that the blackouts have led to a slowdown of production and other companies are forced to lay off workers.

In a statement, MERA officials indicate that the stakeholders will have an opportunity to ask questions on the proposed tariff increase and reach a common understanding.

These engagements will be done in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu.

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