Swaziland Energy Regulatory Authority is a statutory Energy Regulatory Body established through the Energy Regulatory Act, 2007 (Act No.2 of 2007). The Mandate of SERA is the administration of Electricity Act, 2007 (Act No.3 of 2007), with the primary and core responsibilities of exercising control over the electricity supply industry (ESI) and regulation of generation, transmission, distribution, supply, use, import and export of electricity in Swaziland. It is also responsible for the regulation of electricity tariffs and quality of supply and services. The Electricity Act requires that prices are regulated in accordance with a defined and approved tariff methodology. The Authority is a Category A Enterprise as per the Public Enterprise Unit Control and Monitoring Act, 1989.
To be the most effective energy regulator in SADC
To promote a viable and sustainable energy industry in Swaziland through efficient and effective regulation