About Eswatini Energy Regulatory Authority (ESERA)

The Eswatini Energy Regulatory Authority, ESERA, is a category A public enterprise which was established in terms of the Energy Act of 2007. The Authority is mandated to:

  • Administer the Electricity Act, 2007 (Act No.3 of 2007), with the primary and core responsibilities of exercising control over the electricity supply industry (ESI) and ensuring the security of supply of electricity through the issuance of licences and the regulation of electricity tariffs and quality of supply and services.
  • Administer the Petroleum Act of 2020, through the licencing and inspection of downstream activities.

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Migration to Cost Reflective Electricity Tariffs
Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Migration to Cost Reflective Electricity Tariffs

Being alert to the challenges associated with cross-subsidization and in line with Eswatini’s commitments to SADC, the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, through ESERA, initiated to remove cross subsidies among customer categories and bring the electricity tariffs to cost reflective price levels for the different categories of consumers.

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