The Plenary of the House of Representatives has concurred with the Liberian Senate on the Passage of the Rural Renewable Energy Act of 2014.
Members of the House reached the decision Thursday, 18 June 2015 during that August Body 42nd day regular sitting of the 4th Session based on a report from its Joint Committee on Lands, Mines, Natural Resources and Environment and Ways, Means and Finance / Development Planning and Judiciary.
The establishment of the Rural Renewable Energy Agency seeks to inaugurate a system that will ensure the creation of electric energy from existing resources within rural communities that could over a reasonable period.
The law is also seeking to reform rural communities by generating employment opportunity that will provide for rural dwellers.
The Act for the establishment of the Rural Renewable Energy Agency was submitted to the House of Representatives for concurrence on 25 March 2014.
Following the reading of the report, Plenary unanimously endorsed a motion made by Hon. William Dakel of Electoral District #17 Montserrado County that the House agrees with the new law.