Our Business

EEC is a power generating, transmitting and distributing company that operates in the Kingdom of Eswatini. It is a public company accountable to Their Majesties and the people of Eswatini. This is given life through a variety of clearly defined laws, codes and moral obligations. The company is wholly owned by the Government of the Kingdom of Eswatini. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Energy is the shareholder representative. There are regular and formal interactions between EEC and the Ministry to discuss governance and strategic issues. EEC operations are largely supported by over 85 sub-contractors owned by emaSwati, who, in turn, provide employment to close to one thousand people. We currently have over 246 000 customers who include agricultural, industrial, commercial and residential households. In 2007 EEC transformed from being the Swaziland Electricity Board (SEB) to become a company governed under the Swaziland Companies Act 2009. In 2018 the company was renamed Eswatini Electricity Company (EEC) in line with the official change of name for the country from the Kingdom of Swaziland to the Kingdom of Eswatini. other pieces of legislation at play in EEC are the Eswatini Electricity Company Act; The Energy Regulatory Act, 2007, as well as the Public Enterprises Unit (Control and Monitoring) Act, 1989.

Vision Statement

To be a major player in Energy Sector Development, nationally and regionally.

Mission Statement

To meet the needs of our customers in a sufficiently profitable and environmentally sound way through providing reliable and safe power supply of acceptable quality.

Core Values

  • Service Excellence
  • Honest and Integrity
  • Respect
  • Social Responsibility