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Kosrae Utilities
MISSION
Kosrae Utilities Authority provides safe, reliable, high quality electric and other utility services at rates that provide good value for the benefit received to all customers, and promotes a good quality of life in Kosrae
VISION
Kosrae Utilities Authority is committed to serve the residents of Kosrae by providing utility services that meet the needs of the customers and to do so in an efficient, fair, quality and friendly manner.

News & Projects
KUA Highlights
SOLAR PV WORKSHOP
Dr. Herb Wade conducted a 1 week workshop at the KUA Conference room. The workshop was on the Maintenance & Operation of Solar PV off-grid, grid connected and renewable energy storage systems. It was attended by various KUA Staff, and various staff from the Government and NGO sector. This was funded by the World Bank through Pacific Power Association (PPA).
Date September 3rd - 6th 2018.
CashPower Upgrade
Mr. Mark Candy from Adriley (New Zealand) Visited Kosrae for a two week Upgrading of Suprima Cashpower to Version 5 with the Supreasy scratch card capibility. Sept 3-14th 2018.

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MANAGER'S REPORT
We are pleased to sustain power services to the island without major interruptions after engines problems experienced during the first week of April. The engine problems were fixed which had restored power services to the island.  The Power Plant Operators have been closely monitoring and doing their regular routine schedules to check the units to make sure they are in good running condition.

The installation of public street lights and customers Yard lights have continued during the 3rd. qrt. 2018. The customers listing for yard lights were visited and assessed and installation continued for those customers that already prepared the poles and site for the lights. A total of 200 street lights were installed to the four municipalities and 31 yardlights installed already to customers.

The tree trimming and cutting activities on the primary lines were initiated and undertaken with collaboration efforts by DT&I, KUA, FSM Telecom and the Mayors from the four municipalities. These are the main stakeholders that agreed to start clearing the main road for safety and to assist with the clearing needs of the existing infrastructure. These activities had started from Tafunsak and will continue to Utwe Municipality and work schedules are Tuesday and Thursday of each week if no urgent issues that may disrupt the set schedules.



            


















Meet some of KUA Staff

Adella George Purchaser

Connie Nithan Cashier

Fred Skilling Manager

Gerry Protacio Engineer

Gifford Sigrah Linesman Supervisor

Dominic Lonno Powerplant Operator

Hairom Livaie Customer Support Supervisor

Casey Freddy Legal Counsel

Harry George Powerplant Operator

Jimmy Jack Linesman

Juleen Nena A/Accountant

Junior Alik Tree Trimmer

Kun Killin Tree Trimmer

Marilucy Thomson A/Billing Clerk

Joylani Kinere Inventory Clerk

Robert Taualupe Operations Manager

Ronny George Linesman

Sam Jim Tree Trimmer

Seymor William Tree Trimmer

Vivian Elley A/Comptroller

Stevick William Meterman

Mitcher Mongkeya Powerplant Operator

Sisado Olter Meterman

Kosrae Utilities Authority

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