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Most of the electricity consumed in Swaziland is imported from South Africa, with the balance produced by hydroelectric power stations. Government policy has been to increase domestic capacity to extend electricity provision, particularly in the rural areas, and to reduce Swaziland’s dependence on South Africa. Further hydroelectric plants and a coal-fired station have been proposed. Swaziland Electricity Company is the sole producer and supplier of electricity in the country, operating five power stations, of which the largest are at Ezulwini (with 20 MW capacity), Edwaleni (15 MW) and Maguga (19MW, built in the late 2000s).
|Electricity and Power organisations in Swaziland|
|Swaziland Electricity Board||
|Swaziland Electricity Co.||