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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How Fuel Quality is Monitored in Eswatini
Tuesday, 26 March 2024

How Fuel Quality is Monitored in Eswatini

Fuel is an essential part of our daily lives. There are many fuel products that we consume for domestic and business purposes. These include petrol, diesel and liquid petroleum gas. ESERA is mandated to ensure that the quality of fuel in the country is according to the right standards and specification and is safe for consumers. In today's article, we speak about how the Authority monitors the quality of fuel in the country and the impact this has on the consumer.

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