PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY COMMISSION GHANA

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission(PURC) was set up as a multi-sectorial regulator by the Government of Ghana in October, 1997 under the Public Utilities Regulatory Act, 1997(Act 538) as part of the utility sector reform process to regulate the provision of utility services in the electricity and water sectors.

Mrs Mami Dufie Ofori

Executive Secretary, PURC

By virtue of the Energy Commission Act, 1997(Act 541) PURC also has regulatory responsibility over charges for transportation of natural gas services. Under Section 4 of Act 538. PURC is an independent body and is not subject to the control of any authority in the performance of its functions.

Mrs Mami Dufie Ofori

Executive Secretary, PURC

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