Annual Reports

NAWEC is a Public Enterprise Company responsible for providing Water, Electricity and Sewerage services, and was established under the Companies Act. Energy has a major impact on every aspect of our socio-economic life. It plays a vibrant role in the economic, social and political development of our nation. Inadequate supply of energy restricts socio-economic activities, limits economic growth and adversely affects the quality of life. Improvements in standards of living are manifested in increased food production, increased industrial output, the provision of efficient transportation, adequate shelter, healthcare and other human services. These will require increased energy consumption. Thus, our future energy requirements will continue to grow with increase in living standards, industrialization and a host of other socio-economic factors.
It is pertinent to note that the impact of energy goes beyond national boundaries. Energy supply can be used as an instrument of foreign policy in the promotion of international cooperation and development. NAWEC is overseen by a Board of Directors which is appointed by the overseeing Ministry. NAWEC’s organizational structure constitute of ten (10) Divisions, namely: Water & Sewerage, Power Generation, Finance, Commercial, Human Resources and Administration, Corporate Services, Provincial Services, Internal Audit, IT and T&D. Other support services are in place to complement the structure.