2014 to 2016 in Ghana were the "Dumsor" years - a term Ghanaians call a period in which darkness is more prevalent than light. It was a power outage crisis brought on by drought, low water levels and other problems affecting the country's powerplants. Recently GE and the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, broke ground to formally launch the construction of the Bridge Power Project - a 400MW greenfield liquified petroleum gas (LPG) project and world's largest power plant of its kind will be built near the Tema Oil Refinery. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE to Supply Power Generation Technology for Ghana's 400 MW Bridge Power Project
GE Africa, 4 May 2017
400 megawatt (MW) greenfield project will be Africa’s first liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) fired power plant and world’s largest plant of its kind Project will provide… Read more »
Ghana Gets a Much-Needed Power Project Off the Ground
GE Africa, 3 May 2017
For just a moment, think about what your life would be like without electricity. What would happen if you were unable to charge the device you’re reading this blog post on;… Read more »
The ground breaking ceremony for Ghana’s new Bridge Power Project was attend by several GE executives and the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
In Ghana "Dumsor" refers to a period of time in which darkness is more prevalent than light, and Ghanaians have been experiencing a lot of it due to the drought, low water lev Read more »
Amandi Energy has announced the order of a 200MW combined-cycle power plant. "GE's fuel capabilities are unmatched," said Boaz Lavi, GM for Amandi Energy Ltd, Ghana. The plant will ... Read more »
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