ECG releases another dumsor timetable scheduled for 16 days

ECG releases another dumsor timetable scheduled for 16 days

- ECG has once again released a new schedule for dumsor

- The new schedule for the planned power outage is from May 27 to June 11, 2021

- The next phase of the outage will be during the evenings, from 6 pm to midnight

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Despite the firm assurance that the seven days scheduled power cuts was all that was needed to resolve the 'dumsor', the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has once again released a new schedule.

The new schedule is for the planned power outages from May 27 to June 11, 2021 in Accra.

In a report filed by Graphic.com.gh, the planned outage is to enable the completion of construction works on the Kasoa Bulk Supply Point.

The outage will help the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) undertake work on the 161KV Plant.

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ECG releases another dumsor timetable scheduled for 16 days
ECG releases another dumsor timetable scheduled for 16 days
Source: UGC

Fortunately and unfortunately, the next phase of the outage will be during the evenings from 6 pm to midnight.

The areas to be affected have been grouped into three( A, B, and C ) for effective management of the schedule.

According to the Managing Director of ECG, Kwame Agyeman-Budu, Group A will experience the outage for six days while Groups B and C will have five days each.

He said this follows the successful implementation of a similar exercise that ended last week and enabled work to be completed on the Pokuase Bulk Power Supply Plant.

The affected areas to be affected have been grouped as follows:

Group A:

Cantonments, Golden Tulip, Alliance Francaise, Osu RE, Abelemkpe, Awudome, Kaneshie Market, Sampa Valley, and Tetegu.

The rest are Banana Inn, Abease, Gbawe Top Base, Mataheko, Glefe, Akoko Photo, Wesley Grammar, Teshie Maamli, Teshie Composite Plant, Agbleezaa, Yomo Specs, La, Nanakrom, Martey Tsuru, Airport Hills, Max Mart, Otanor, Zoomlion, and Ashaley Botwe Old Town.

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Group B:

Nima, Tesano, Dzorwulu, Roman Ridge, Airport Residential Area, Bubuashie, Dansoman SSNIT Flats, Ayigbe Town, Bulemi, Gbegbeyisee, Agege, West Hills Mall, Sunday Factory, Kokrobite,Bortianor, Westland, Haatso, Great Estates, Kisseiman, Obideden, Regimanuel Estates, Tse Addoman, Legon Hills and Little Roses.

Group C:

Kotobabi, Abavana, Maamobi, Pig Farm, Cable & Wireless, Bubuashie, North Kaneshie, El Wak Barracks, Cantoments Post Office, Trinity House, Aplaku, Dansoman Control Market, Weija Old Barrier, Russia, Supra, Osofo Dadzie, Gbawe, Oblogo, Djaman, Manet Gardens, Frimpongmaa Estates, Sraha, East Legon, Ajorman, Airport Residential Area, Teshie Tebibiano, La Beach Hotel, La Palm Beach Hotel, Oshiyie and Achimota School.

In a related development, ECG announced that it will be undertaking emergency maintenance in some parts of Accra, today, Thursday, May 20.

The maintenance exercise was scheduled to start at 10:00 am and end at 4:00 pm.

This information comes after the ECG together with the Ghana Grid Company gave a firm assurance that the power issues will be resolved.

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