Salma Okonkwo, the head of the UBI Group, a multi-million-dollar oil and gas company, is building Ghana's largest solar farm. It is due to open in March 2019, supplying 100 megawatts of energy, writes This is Africa.
Energy Maverick Salma Okonkwo Is Set to Build Ghana's Largest Solar Farm
This is Africa, 21 August 2018
Salma Okonkwo, the head of the UBI Group, a multi-million-dollar oil and gas company, is building Ghana's largest solar farm. It is due to open in March 2019, supplying 100… Read more »
Salma Okonkwo, the head of the UBI Group, a multi-million-dollar oil and gas company.
Third International Power Renewable and Electrical Expo Launched
Ghanaian Times, 1 August 2018
The Third International Power Renewable and Electrical (POWERELEC) Expo has been launched in Accra. Read more »
President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana has relieved minister for Energy Boakye Agyarko of his post with immediate effect, the presidency has said. He was was involved in renegotiating ... Read more »
Besides energy access being crucial for many basic human needs, these underserviced populations represent a massive commercial opportunity for cash-strapped sub-Saharan African ... Read more »
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