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The Electricity Generation Company Malawi Limited (EGENCO) on Tuesday 21st November 2017 started the distribution of Chitetezo Mbaula in the Shire River’s catchment areas in an effort to reduce siltation of the river caused by careless cutting down of trees along the river’s catchment areas.
As part of its commitment to ensure protection and conservation of the environment especially along the Shire River Catchment area, Malawi’s leading Power Producer, the Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) Limited, on Tuesday January 30, 2018 launched its tree planting exercise in Group Village Headman Chibwana, TA Sitola in Machinga District. EGENCO’s Board Member Mary Mkando graced the occasion. EGENCO is expecting to plant 16,000 tree this growing season.
Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) Limited joined the rest of Nation in celebrating Labour Day. The national event was held at Masintha Ground in Lilongwe with Minister of Labour, Youth, Sport and Manpower Development Honorable Francis Kasaira as the Guest of Honor. EGENCO mounted a pavilion at the event and participated in the march from Lilongwe Town Hall to Masintha Ground.
The Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) Limited (EGENCO) has sponsored 10 secondary school girls to participate in this year’s Girls Science Camp at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Ndata, Thyolo. The Camp is running from 19 August – to 28 August 2018.
According to MUST, the Camps are organised against a background of very few girls opting for science and technology related programmes in higher education institutions in Malawi, which is also reflected at MUST. The Camp is therefore one initiative aimed at motivating and inspiring the girls to pursue science and technology related fields.
The installation of the Mzuzu 6 megawatts is taking shape with all the three generators fully offloaded. It is expected that by the end of this month the machines should start producing electricity. EGENCO is implementing the diesel gensets project as a short-term measure to reduce the impact of the current reduced generation capacity.
The Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) Limited (EGENCO) has now fully commissioned the 6 Megawatt Diesel Power Plant at Luwinga in Mzuzu. Speaking to the media after commissioning the Generators, EGENCO Chief Executive Officer, William Liabunya assured the nation that EGENCO is working tirelessly to implement programmes that will completely end the electricity blackouts.