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ESERA was established in terms of the Energy Regulatory Act, 2007. This Act mandates the Authority to administer the Electricity Act, 2007 (Act No.3 of 2007) and the Petroleum Act, 2020. ESERA has the primary and core responsibilities of exercising control over the Eswatini Supply Industry (ESI) and ensuring the security of supply of electricity through the issuance of licenses and the regulation of electricity tariffs and quality of supply and services. Furthermore, the Authority regulates the petroleum industry through the licensing and inspection of downstream activities.

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Latest News & Updates

Empowering Eswatini's Youth: The Collaborative Job Shadowing Initiative between the Energy Regulator and Junior Achievement
Friday, 10 May 2024

Empowering Eswatini's Youth: The Collaborative Job Shadowing Initiative between the Energy Regulator and Junior Achievement

The Eswatini Energy Regulatory Authority (EERA) recently had the pleasure of hosting a group of enthusiastic students from the Junior Achievement (JA) program 10 days of job shadowing. This initiative is part of ESERA's commitment to fostering educational development and providing real-world experience to the youth of Eswatini.

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Africa Minigrids Programme (AMP) moves to bridge the skills gap for renewable energy professionals in Eswatini
Monday, 8 July 2024

Africa Minigrids Programme (AMP) moves to bridge the skills gap for renewable energy professionals in Eswatini

The AMP Eswatini has moved to bridge a skills gap for renewable energy professionals in Eswatini through a sponsored Capacity Strengthening Certificate Program on Community Minigrid Development. The educational program comes in response to the need for more skills in renewable technologies such as solar in Eswatini to accelerate the transition to renewable energy in line with the UNFCCC COP 28 power pledge which is to triple renewable energy and double energy efficiency by 2030. This was outlined by the AMP Eswatini Program Manager Saneliso Makhanya, in an interview.

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