Enerca is the principal energy company of the Central African Republic. Enerca stands for Energie Centrafricaine. The company enjoys a monopoly on the production and sale of electricity in the country. It was founded in 1963 and is located in Bangui.
The main center of electricity consumption is the capital city of Bangui. High voltage transmission lines link Boali's Mbali River hydroelectric area to the capital. Outside the capital, diesel generators are used to provide power.
Nationwide, the company has a market penetration of only 3%.
- Electricity distribution
- Electricity generation
- Electricity transmission
- Socatel - the Central African Republic's primary telecom
- Enerca's page in Annuaires Afrique, an African phonebook
- ESI's Analysis of CAR's Hydroelectric Power
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