10MW Ghana solar power plant to be ready by September

Ghana solar power efforts are to receive a shot in the arm once work on a 10MW Solar Assemble Plant is commissioned by September 2015. This was revealed by the Power Minister, Dr. Kwame Donkor during his inspection tour at the plant facility.
The minister urged the Ghanaian institutions and the citizens at large to consider solar power which is ultimately cost effective and at the same time offering a helping hand to the government in energy conservation efforts that are currently underway in response to energy crisis experienced in the country lately.
However, the government is presently working on a local policy content to govern the power sector and ensure local companies actively contribute in power conservation campaign while indigenous companies and investors are urged to invest in solar power across Ghana.
The renewable energy resources are described to posses the future for domestic consumption given that it is cost effective and affordable for households. On completion, the facility will manufacture solar panels at a more accessible and cost effective prices to all Ghanaian homes and institutions.
According to the Trade Works Company Ltd, Managing Director Randy Sey, the plant is at 84% complete and is soon expected to be accessible to the public by September this year. He also urged the Ministry and stakeholders to come together to form a progressive work force with them and implement the use of local components.

Posted on : 30 Nov,-0001

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