File Photo- KPLC Engineers at work
File Photo- KPLC Engineers at work

The Energy Regulatory Commission, ERC:

Did you know that there are different classes of electricians? The categories for licensing of all electricians include:

Class C-2(Ksh.250)-This class entitles the holder to carry out electrical installation work for connection to a single phase supply at low voltage, restricted to up to two storey residential and commercial buildings not used as factories or places of public entertainment;

Class C-1(Ksh500)-The holder of this license is entitled to carry out electrical installation work as in Class C-2, and for connection to a three phase supply at low voltage, restricted to up to four storey buildings not used as factories or places of public entertainment;

Class B-(Ksh.750) Holder can carry out electrical installation work as in Class C-1 but without limitation as to number of storeys in the buildings whether used as factories or places of public entertainment or for connection to supply metered at voltages not exceeding medium

Class A-1(Ksh.1000)- The holder of this license is entitled to carry out all kinds of electrical installation work;

Class A-2(Ksh.1000)-The holder of this license is entitled to carry out specialized electrical installation work.
Grant charges for the licenses are Ksh.1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 5000 respectively. Please ensure you get the right class of electrician for the right job.

Classes of Electricians
Classes of Electricians

 

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