Vandals to be prosecuted by PNG Power Ltd

Vandals to be prosecuted by PNG Power Ltd

Every action has its consequences which can be good or bad however vandalising PNG Power Ltd’s (PPL) power supply infrastructure has only bad implications on the electricity supplier and its consumers.PPL will not hesitate to prosecute those found to be vandalising its properties and have them pay the full cost of the revenue lost during an outage and cost of repair of the damaged caused or face imprisonment.

WASHDOWN OF TRANSMISSION LINES IN PORT MOREBY

WASHDOWN OF TRANSMISSION LINES IN PORT MOREBY

The general public is advised to that traffic along the Baruna-Lealea road may be disrupted at different intervals to allow for the maintenance team to move along the road.

TOTAL POWER OUTAGE IN NCD

TOTAL POWER OUTAGE IN NCD

An act of vandalism was the cause of the total power system failure on the Port Moresby system which affected consumers in NCD and the surrounding areas.

DISCONNECTION NOTICE

DISCONNECTION NOTICE

Starting June 1 to December 31, 2017, all debtors who owe money in electricity bills with both easipay and credit meters will be disconnected

Ramu System Power Supply

Ramu System Power Supply

PNG Power Ltd would like to clarify that the power outage in Lae, Madang and the Highlands Region was a planned outage undertaken to reconnect a generation set at the Ramu Hydro Power Station (HPS) that was undergoing rehabilitation work with our contractor, Andritz Hydro of Austria. The rehabilitation work is an ongoing project for the Ramu HPS to increase the current capacity from 45MW – 60MW.

Buka Power Supply Situation

Buka Power Supply Situation

PNG Power Ltd is currently facing generation capacity issues with its thermal power station on Buka Island which is affecting power supply to its customers. Two generator sets at the Kubu Power Station went offline on the weekend due to mechanical faults experienced. One of the generators is a leased machine which was brought in to assist the power capacity issue in Buka.

PPL boosts Engineers conference with K50,000 funds

PPL boosts Engineers conference with K50,000 funds

PNG Power has added a power boost of K50,000 to the Institute of Engineers PNG (IEPNG) to host its National Conference in April. This financial support gives the state-owned electricity company the platinum sponsorship right. PPL acting GM for Operations and Maintenance, Luke Malemba said the company have over 200 engineers and it feels right to support the conference.

PPL APPEALS TO THE PUBLIC IN NCD TO USE POWER AND WATER WISELY

PPL APPEALS TO THE PUBLIC IN NCD TO USE POWER AND WATER WISELY

PNG Power is appealing to the general public in NCD and surrounding areas to use power and water wisely.

PPL SIGNS MOU FOR SOLAR FARM WITH CENTRAL PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT AND KOREAN FIRM

PPL SIGNS MOU FOR SOLAR FARM WITH CENTRAL PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT AND KOREAN FIRM

PNG Power Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Central Provincial Government and a South Korean company, K&P Limited on February 8, 2017 to assist with the feasibility study into the development of a 50 MW solar farm. The 50MW solar farm is an initiative of the Central Provincial Government and will be constructed at 14 Mile outside Port Moresby.

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