Electricity rationing, inputs from the Memve’ele and Lom Pangar dams on energy supply, government debt towards Eneo, relationship with the company Sonatrel, rumors about the leaving of Actis, etc. Interview with the General Manager of the concession company in charge of the public service for the production and distribution of electricity in Cameroon, Eric Mansuy, on latest developments within the sector.
Yaounde, 24 January 2020- Eneo has already built and commissioned more than 90% of the installations requested by the public authorities for power supply to sites that will host CHAN 2020 and CAN 2021.
For CHAN 2020, 3 months before the deadline, all the host sites in Douala, Yaoundé and Limbe are fully supplied and ready for the big sporting event!
After the resignation of Mr. Nana Kontchou, we would have expected to have another Cameroonian, why an expatriate?
It should be noted that Actis is committed to providing Eneo Cameroon with an experienced person in the core business. Eric MANSUY has held several management positions in power utility companies in Eastern Europe (as President and CEO), and has a wealth of professional experience in Africa. He brings more than 30 years of experience in the transmission and distribution of electricity, which will help improve Eneo’s performance while increasing customer satisfaction.
Douala, 6 January 2020
Eneo Cameroon S.A. announces that Mr. Serge Esso is from this day on, the Special Adviser to the General Manager. To this end, he is expected to represent the company before the Government and other key stakeholders, within the framework of Institutional Relations and Strategic Affairs.
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