The Public Electrical Works Company was established by virtue of Law No. (30) for the year 1975 issued on 15/3/1975 and thus the Company's establishment contract was released as a joint stock company wholly owned by the Libyan State The Public Electrical Works Company was established as a joint stock company wholly owned by the Libyan State with a capital of 5 million Libyan Dinars and in the interest of the Libyan State for the success of the company's work, the company's capital was increased until it reached eleven million six hundred and fifty thousand Libyan Dinars.

Our Perspectives

We are committed to providing safe and reliable electrical services at high confidence, with maintaining attention to our employees, and the realization of consumer expectations through the optimal use of available resources.


The company is always keen to deal with the largest specialized international companies with expertise and manufacturing quality, approved by most Libyan and worldwide, which ensures that international standards and international standards while ensuring prompt delivery and adherence to schedules agreed to offer.


All matters pertaining to the company from a copy of the commercial register of the company and the commercial license as well as a certificate of proof of registration in the Chamber of Commerce, the terms of the business can be downloaded and viewed from here


The establishment of the African Company for Electrical and Mechanical Projects, Trentek International Limited, the Venture Lighting Agency, the construction of a Galvanized Line and the construction of a concrete pillar factory wholly owned by the Company

Company Future Plans

The Public Electrical Works Company has a future vision and plans to develop and improve its performance, for example:

Building an economic model based on environmental sustainability and clean energy.

Make use of what the Creator gives to this country of considerable amount of sunshine energy throughout the year.

  • 1
    Increase the capital of the company to Libyan dinars.

  • 2
    Keeping up with developments and modern methods.

  • 3
    Establishing branches of the company in the major areas in Libya to implement and follow up the company's projects.

  • 4
    Develop the company's activities in line with international standards.