Ghana Energy

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Powering Progress: An In-Depth Conversation with Pankaj Bhati, Chairman and MD at AlphaTND

Pankaj Bhati explores AlphaTND Limited’s evolution, noteworthy contributions to the power sector in Ghana, West Africa, and beyond, and outlines the company’s ambitious strategies for global expansion and revenue enhancement in the future. Since inception in 2012, AlphaTND scaled up providing premium services to support the anticipated growth in the emerging electrical sector of the economy. It introduces a comprehensive first-hand experience in West Africa’s Power Transmission and Distribution System.

Lucrative Investment Opportunities in Ghana: Exploring Key Sectors for Financial Success

Ghana, known for its stability, robust economy, and investor-friendly policies, offers a plethora of investment opportunities across various sectors. Whether you are a local entrepreneur or an international investor, Ghana’s diverse economy presents avenues for profitable ventures. In this article, we will explore some of the key investment opportunities that have shown promise in Ghana.

Energy Sector in Ghana: The Renewable Energy Industry by Kate Quartey-Papafio

Kate Quartey-Papafio shares her assessment of the energy sector in Ghana, focusing on the importance for the country to develop its renewable energy industry. She also mentions some of Reroy Group’s current projects and talks about her search for investors who can invest in the company and partner with them in terms of technology transfer and sustainability, as well as future plans for growth.

Karpowership Ghana: Achieving Power Generation Through Floating Power Plants

Volkan Buyukbicer talks about the activities of Karpowership, a member of Karadeniz Energy Group. The company is the only owner, operator and builder of the first Powership (floating power plant) fleet in the world. Starting from the design, and ending with delivery of electricity, Karpowership fully executes all activities in-house including but not limited to construction, site preparation, commissioning, and fuel supply.

VRA Chief Executive Discusses the Latest Developments in Ghana Energy Sector

“As far as the power crisis is concerned, it started in 2012 when we had difficulties with the gas supply from Nigeria. That was the genesis of the power difficulties that we had and it went on for a while until the then government intervened in 2014, 2015, and 2016. They brought in some emergency solutions with what we call emergency power plants.”

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