Message from the Chief Executive Officer

CEO Message: Bringing power to the Solomon Islands is a vast project that requires an army of dedicated field workers to construct power lines and out stations throughout the country. It also requires experienced corporate leadership that understands the present needs of SIEA customers and the future needs of the county as a whole. As we march onward through 2015, SIEA is striving to improve and expand its infratructure, its field operations and its corporate team. Through hard work, devoted service and exemplary team work within the company, SIEA continues moving ever closer to fulfilling its ultimate goal; that being to produce and distribute low cost power to every person, every family and ever business in the Solomon Islands. But this we cannot do without your help...

Please do not hesitate to contact our customer service department if you have any suggestions (or complaints) about our growing services, and please be sure to look at the safety programs and information we have on this site about the dangers of electricity and power lines. Being informed keeps everyone safe, which is extremely important to us here at SIEA. Thank you for your time and support.

Pradip Verma, CEO of SIEA


Planned Outage for Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of March 2015



 This notice serves to inform you that there will be planned power outages as follows:


    1. Date: Saturday 28th  of March 2015

Duration: 8.30am to 3pm

Areas Affected: King George Sixth School, Staff Quarters and Surrounding areas

This outage is necessary to allow for the replacement of damaged transformer.

2. Date: Sunday 29th of March 2015

Duration: 8.30 to 5pm

Areas Affected: All of Ranadi Industrial Area

This is to allow Linemen to transfer conductors to new poles along the network.


 SIEA wishes to encourage the public, especially businesses, to prepare standby measures during this time. SIEA wishes to apologize for any inconvenience that may be caused by this scheduled power outage.



SIEA would like to advise the public to treat all electrical wiring as live as power may be turned “ON” again without warning.