The Mekin hydroelectric Dam infrastructure is all set in Cameroon after the prediction by the African Development Bank in its 2018 African Economic outlook that additional hydroelectric development projects will fast-track industrialization in the country. The government is now planning a full scale usage of the freshly completed 15MW hydro-electrical power dam constructed in the Dja and Lobo Division in the south Region by the Mekin Hydroelectric Development Corporation. Cameroon Tribune visited the four main installations of the project and confirmed the power plant, the earth dam, the step-up power plant in the town of Mekin and the step-down power plant in Ndjom Yekomo are effectively completed. Technical Director of the project said that the peak period for maximum production of electricity is in October though the Chinese-built dam currently contains enough water to supply electricity. He added that the control room requires a 24/7 monitoring. According to the head of the Unit, Giscard Kuete, from the computer monitors, they are able to examine, detect and recommend repairs of possible damages that may occur on the production cite, the electricity transportation lines and power stations. He also said that the Turbines supply 63 Kilovolts of power to the plant in Mekin which steps it up to 110 Kilovolts, then transports it via high tension cables to the step-down sub-station in Ndjom Yekomo.