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STAKEHOLDERS BULLETIN Q2 | August 2020

Eneo Cameroon quaterly briefing note on electricity service is here. Some Results as at end of June 2020.

CONTENTS
Updates

Page 1
- COVID 19: Despite the crisis, the continuity of service has globally been maintained
- Impact of COVID-19: Slowdown in operations and completion of investment actions
- Financial consolidation of the electricity sector: The State takes the bull by the horns 

  1. Page 2

- Billing: Eneo draws lessons from experimenting with the alternate meter-reading approach using the estimation of indexes 

  1. Page 3

- Electricity fraud causes a loss of more than CFAF 60 billion annually to both the sector and the country.
- Overall trends in electricity service as at end June

  1. Page 5

- Generation: Guaranteed availability of power plants, drop in demand from industrial customers due to COVID

Page 6
- Distribution networks and technical quality of service
- Access to electricity

Page 7
- Commercial quality of service: Digital solutions that make bills more available

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