In compliance with the requirements of the Securities Act and the Listing Rules of the Lusaka Stock Exchange, Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc announces the unaudited results for the period ended 30th June, 2015 (Half-year Results).
The Group continues to make positive strides in most respects as it focuses on stabilizing the operations in Nigeria and growing / diversifying its Zambian operations.
The Revenue for the Group has increased by 19% in Zambian Kwacha compared to the half year 2014 on account of improved billing efficiency, power tariff increase at the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) and depreciating Kwacha on the Zambian operation.
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CEC’s CFO, Mutale Mukuka, at the Africa Energy Forum
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A joint venture between CEC’s telecoms division (CEC Liquid Telecom) and Realtime Technology Alliance Africa (RTAA), Realtime provides high speed Internet services and private leased circuits using fibre optic technology.
CEC’s corporate development team is focused on identifying and developing projects, both in Zambia and in sub-Saharan Africa that will lead to income diversification and sustainable long term earnings growth for the Group.
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