The lights of a new power project now shine at the end of what has been a long "Dumsor" tunnel for Ghana. The Ghanaian government recently signed a 20-year power purchase agreement for the 400MW greenfield Bridge Power project, which will provide 12% of the country's planned power generating capacity by 2020. GE will provide 400MW of power generating capacity through nine GE gas turbines and two purpose built GE steam turbines. Find out more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Ghana Gives The Green Light For Bridge Power Project That Will Alleviate Power Shortages
GE Africa, 24 November 2016
A first-of-its-kind power programme was given the go-ahead recently when the Ghanaian government signed a 20-year power purchase agreement for the 400MW greenfield Bridge Power… Read more »
Ghana's president John Dramani Mahama meets with GE's chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt at the Presidential Villa in Accra, Ghana, January 2015.
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GE Oil & Gas' new Takoradi services facility in Ghana is scheduled for completion by the end of August. The facility will support Ghana's Offshore Cape Three Points d Read more »
Ghana 1000's Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) will have additional capacity to allow other power generators to shift from liquid fuels to LNG for power generation, which ... Read more »
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