By Donald Zimba MANA
Speaking at the launch on Monday, Matola said the assistance provided will help MERA to be well equipped in the execution of it’s duties and thus improve service delivery.
“MERA as an authority needs to be well equipped and connected to it’s customers as well as regional regulators. The help received from the European Union is of significance and will help the country to move towards Vision 2063,” said Matola.
In his remarks, European Ambassador to Malawi, Rune Skinnebach said the European Union (EU) remains committed to supporting the country in achieving it’s outlined goals for 2063, by among other things, supporting the energy sector to provide stable and affordable energy to Malawians.
“The EU supports Malawi’s long term development plan of attaining an industrialized upper income middle status by 2063. Our hope is that Malawi’s energy sector is uplifted for the benefit of the people,” Skinnebach said.