There is no joy for cash-strapped local motorists after the Ministry of Mines and Energy announced this week that fuel prices will remain unchanged in January despite the National Energy Fund account recording a surplus in December.
What does MoME stand for?
MoME stands for Ministry of Mines and Energy (Ghana)
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- Man of My Dreams
- Master of My Domain
- Material Ordering & Management Document
- Microscopic Order Macroscopic Disorder (spectroscopy)
- Moderate Mental Disabilities
- Module outside the Main Discipline (education; UK)
- Movies of Mass Destruction (event)
- Music of Miles Davis (songbook)
- Management of Major Emergencies
- Ministry of Manpower & Emigration (Egypt)
- Multicenter trial of the Orqis Medical CRS for the Enhanced Treatment of CHF Unresponsive to Medical Therapy
- Multimedia Open Environment Using the European Home Network for Building Management
- Military Observer Mission to Ecuador and Peru
- Maastricht Otitis Media with Effusion Study
- Ministry of Mines, Environment and Tourism (Zimbabwe)
- Ministry of Marine Fisheries (Morocco)
- Multi-Object Multi-Frame (photometry)
- Manual of Operation and Maintenance Instructions
- Method of Ordered Multiple Interactions algorithm
- Monocyclic Markovian Identifier
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The Ministry of Mines and Energy launched its strategic five-year plan on Monday this week.
Since its inception, the institute has implemented several projects and programmes in fulfilment of its mandate and these include the development and adoption of renewable energy quality standards in collaboration with the Namibian Standards Institution, the off grid energisation master plan together with the Ministry of Mines and Energy and the Embassy of Finland and the drafting of the Namibia Energy Regulatory Framework in partnership with the Ministry of Mines and Energy and the Electricity Control Board, among other projects.