The Norwegian support to Liberia’s energy sector was initiated in 2007 through funding to the Emergency Power Program (EPP) II. This report describes the situation in the Liberian energy sector pre‐project implementation, and a system for result based management (RBM) of the Norwegian supported energy projects in Liberia.
The authors reveal that the Liberian legislative framework on energy is weak. The two most important institutions in the energy sector are the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy (MLME) and Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC). However, the public infrastructure is limited.