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Ghana Energy Commission

The Energy Commission was set up in 1997 by the Ghanaian Parliament as part of the Energy Commission Act. Its functions include the regulation, management, development and utilisation of energy resources in Ghana. The Mission of the Energy Commission is to advise on reliable and sustainable energy provision to the Minister of Energy and effectively regulate the utilization of all energy forms in the country.

Project: Feasibility Study: Renewable Energy Supply

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Energy Commission Ghana
Ghana Airways Avenue, Airport Residential Area
Accra, Ghana



Feasibility Study: Renewable Energy Supply

Feasibility Study: Renewable Energy Supply

A reliable, economical and environmentally friendly power supply is a prerequisite for sustainable development. In Ghana, a center of excellence for renewable energy and energy efficiency at the KNUST University in Kumasi will contribute towards building up the required know-how.

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