He said their services were not only to the energy sector, but, to the whole country because through them, the ECG is able to connect most communities and homes to the national grid to enhance economic activities.
Mr Baah made this statement at the climax of the Eastern Regional edition of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Ghana Electrical Contractors Association (GECA) at Koforidua.
The celebration was under the theme, ‘’Bringing electricity safely to your house ’’.
The one month celebration saw the regional branch organized floats, sensitization exercises and conducted free inspection of some state institution’s buildings in Asamankese, New Tafo, Suhum, Akuapem Mampong and Koforidua.
He said had it not been the effort of GECA, it would have been difficult for ECG to embark on certain services, because they have supported in the extension of power to many areas as well as fixing of meters on buildings.
Mr Baah assured that his outfit would continue to engage the services of GECA to serve the people of Ghana by hooking communities to the national grid.
The National President of GECA, Nana Addo Tetebo, urged Ghanaians to patronize Residual Current Operating Device (RCD) to protect their installation, work, and avoid fire outbreaks.
He said the RCD detects any fault in the installation system so automatically it shuts the meter down in case there was any leakage in the lines.
He said the device also regulated and catered for miniature currents that developed as a result of leakages in gadgets, which could cause the meter to cut to avoid any electrocution.