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NORED scooped Namibia Service Excellence Awards 2018

2018-03-20T12:10:59+00:00March 20th, 2018|

NORED scooped, the first of its kind, the prestigious Namibia Service Excellence Awards for 2018 at the Service Awards Ceremony held on the 09 March 2018. The awards are presented in order to recognise, promote and reward for excellency, professionalism and outstanding achievement in service delivery. NORED is the winner under the Corporate Social Responsibility [...]

2018-02-20T08:45:27+00:00February 20th, 2018|

Corporate Profile Incorporated in 2001, the northern Namibia’s regional Electricity Distributor, NORED, has put itself on the world map as a reliable energy supplier. NORED was the first ever- regional electricity distributor to be established. It started with less than a hundred employees, but NORED immediately became a business with significant technological, industrial, financial [...]

Message to NORED Customers

2018-02-16T13:27:43+00:00February 16th, 2018|

NORED Electricity (Pty) Ltd (NORED) has noted that during the rainy season, a period which is marked by increased rainfall, thunderstorms, lighting strikes, strong winds and flood, often results in an escalation of unforeseen power interruptions and outages. Other main causes of outages are vandalism by wild animals such as elephants, vandalism on the network [...]

Message to NORED Customers

2018-02-16T13:09:22+00:00February 16th, 2018|

NORED Electricity has noted that during the rainy season, a period which is marked by increased rainfall, thunderstorms, lightning strikes, strong winds and flood, often results in an escalation of unforeseen power interruptions and outages. Other main causes of outages are vandalism by wild animals such as elephants, vandalism on the network infrastructure and electricity [...]

Message to NORED Customers

2018-02-13T09:38:17+00:00February 13th, 2018|

NORED Electricity (Pty) Ltd (NORED) has noted that during the rainy season, a period which is marked by increased rainfall, thunderstorms, lighting strikes, strong winds and flood, often results in an escalation of unforeseen power interruptions and outages. Other main causes of outages are vandalism by wild animals such as elephants, vandalism on the network [...]

NORED Electricity rural electrification projects hand over

2018-02-05T09:15:46+00:00February 2nd, 2018|

In January 2018 - NORED, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Projects, has officially handed over rural electrification projects to beneficiaries & residents in its area of operations as indicated below. Hon. Obeth Kandjoze, Minister of Mines and Energy and his Deputy, Hon. Kornelia Shilunga have officiated at these events. Electrification Projects handed over [...]

Deactivation of our two Customer Reporting Centre numbers

2018-02-02T08:29:08+00:00February 2nd, 2018|

NORED ELECTRICITY (PTY) hereby informs its valuable customers and the general public that the following two Customer Reporting Centre numbers: 065- 231 925 and 231 785, will be deactivated with effect from Monday, 05 February 2018. Henceforward, customers must contact our Customer Reporting Centre (CRC) to report power faults, failure and emergencies at the numbers [...]

Electrification Investment (CSR Projects)

2017-09-05T10:27:24+00:00July 27th, 2017|

During the financial year 2015/16, NORED Electricity invested on the electrification investment projects to the tune of N$ 9 472 655.00. The projects were completed in 2016 and energized for beneficial use. REGION INVESTMENT DESCRIPTION AMOUNT N$ Kavango East N$ 2, 8Million Rundu Town Kehemu Extensions 18, 19, 24 & 25 - The Medium Voltage [...]

NORED Electricity continue to support local Authorities

2017-08-08T11:16:03+00:00May 17th, 2017|

As part of its social responsibility NORED Electricity continue to support local Authorities in its area of operation, to promote their town through exhibitions and Trade Fair activities, recently NORED Electricity donated an amount of N$ 135 000.00. To Opuwo Town Council, in Kunene Region, and N$ 140 000.00 to Nkurenkuru Town Council in Kavango-West respective. [...]