Mina Antwi-Yeboah is a lawyer renowned for her exceptional expertise in energy regulation. With a career spanning various esteemed institutions and roles, she has become a prominent figure in the legal landscape, particularly in the energy industry. Currently serving as a Legal Expert at the ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA), Mina's responsibilities are multifaceted. Her role entails navigating complex cross-border power.

Highest Level of Education

Master's Degree

Current Job/Study field



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Current employer

ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority

Work experience

  • Legal Expert
    ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority - Contract / consultant From January 2021 to Present

    1.tAnalysis existing cross-border power exchange contracts or those in preparation and implementation. rn2.tReviews and drafts regional electricity market rules and procedures and their enforcement.rn3.tAdvice on dispute resolution and enforcement proceedings relating to the regional electricity market regulation.rn4.tMonitors the execution of ERERA’s administrative and legal assignments.rn5.tAnalyses and provides legal opinions on any legal matter to ERERA.rn6.tReviews and drafts legal texts


  • Master's in Energy Law
    University of Ghana From January 2023 to December 2023
  • International Energy Law and Regulation
    University of London From January 2018 to March 2019

Executive Education

  • Certified Energy Regulator
    Energy Regulators Regional Association Issued June 2023

Area of expertise

Communications Compliance Downstream Electricity Regulation Energy Law Energy policy Midstream Oil


  • English


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