Selase joined EPC in 2017 as an Operating Technician. He is responsible for ensuring that the quality of electricity supplied to customers is in line with the national standards, communicates with the Load Dispatcher (SCC) to report the amount of electricity received into the substation and to receive switching
instructions. He also ensures hourly monitoring of substation equipment and schedules for timely resolution of any defects identified and that the operations, procedures, and work protocols are strictly adhered to in the running of the two Bulk Power Supply Points (BSPs) in Tema and Dawa.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Beng) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the Accra Institute Technology University(AIT) and prior to that, he had a Diploma. He did his national service with Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCO) in 2015 as an Electrical Technician Engineer with the Engineering Department where he assisted the supervising Engineers in the upgrading of the old Achimota 161kV to a full load capacity of 400MVA and also helped in the construction of new transmission lines to connect the Karpowership to the National Grid.