ECG awards company for always paying bills on time

ECG awards company for always paying bills on time

- ECG has awarded Guinness Ghana Limited for not defaulting in their prompt bill payments

- The award was given in line with the 50th anniversary celebration of the Electricity Company of Ghana

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), has awarded Guinness Ghana Breweries Ghana Limited (GGBL)with an outstanding customer award for its compliance and timely settlement of electricity bills across its Kumasi and Accra sites in the country.

According to the electricity generation and regulation outfit, the award ceremony formed part of ECG's 50th anniversary celebrations which aimed to recognize and celebrate compliant businesses in Ghana who settled their electricity bills on time.

ECG awards company for always paying bills on time

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Guinness Ghana Limited whch happens to be arguably Ghana's leading total beverage business and a subsidiary of Diageo PLC was prpoud of the honor done them by the electricity regulators of the country.

According to a report sighted on, Gabriel Opoku-Asare, who happened to be the Corporate Relations Director of GGBL, received the award on behalf of the company.

After receiving the award, he revealed that Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited had operated in Ghana for over 57 years and had produced and distributed alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages across the country.

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Mr. Gabriel Opoku-Asare added that it was their ambition as a company to become one of the most trusted and respected producing companies in Ghana.

He added that the award and recognition was testament to their commitment compliant in their everyday operations.

Mr. Eric Asante from the Accra Division of ECG made the presentation and urged all businesses and households to pay their electricity bills promptly to enable the company provide improved services and uninterrupted power supply to Ghanaians.

Mr. Saeed Abdul-Muumen, Engineering and Asset Care Manager of the brewery, added that GGBL consumed a significant amount of energy therefore they had to settle their bills on time to guarantee the long term supply of power.

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