Got Energy? Ghana’s Power Crisis Persists [August 2015]
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Got Energy? Ghana’s Power Crisis Persists [August 2015]

Ghana’s power crisis has persisted in 2015, as the Government scrambles for ways to resolve the shortage in the short-to-medium and long term. Efforts have included a power purchase agreement between the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and Turkey-based Karpowership Company Limited, who are to supply two 225MW floating power stations expected for delivery in September 2015. More long term prospective solutions now include nuclear energy. In July 2015, Parliament passed the Nuclear Regulatory Authority Bill 2014, which envisages a licensing and regulatory body that will among other things, monitor future nuclear power plants for health, environment and safety compliance. Click here to read more ……