PNG Power celebrated 50 years of electrical services on Monday.
There was a lot of reflection and projection as senior executives, managers, staff, family and friend gthered atthe headquarters to mark on this Golden Jubilee.
The program began with a minute of silence for the women and men who losttheir lives in service.
With its inception on 1st July 1963, Elcom noPNG Power has beenthe light in social and economic development oPNG.
Providing a reliable electricity infrastructure acrossthe nation wasthPNG Power’s mission after being corporatized in 2002.
Acting Chief Executive Officer John Tangit’saidthe organizations achievements can be attributed tothe well trained committed staffs.
Mr Tangit’sain PNG Power will establish alliances with private sector to deliver improverd and expanded electricity services throughouPNG.
PNG Power has aligned its economic development plans withthe Governments strategies and policies.
Existing power facilities will be rehabilitated including substations, transmission and distribution lines to cater for the high demand.
A time capsule was revealed with its content including a first annual report of 1964. The capsule was refilled and will be opened again in 2038.