Ghana Energy Awards: Shortlisted Nominees Released!
The Ghana Energy Awards (GEA) has released its shortlisted nominees for the third edition of the Awards, which is slated for November 29, 2019 at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra.
Over a hundred companies and individuals are contesting in the 21 categories available for this year’s event including the Energy Personality of the Year, Chief Executive of the Year, Brand of the Year and the Energy Institution of the Year.
Others are the Outstanding Staff of the Year, Energy Company of the Year, Rising Star award, Energy Efficient Organisation of the Year, Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year, among a host of others.
The Ghana Energy Awards scheme is an industry-owned initiative which recognises the tremendous and invaluable efforts of institutions, organisations and individuals in the country’s energy sector that have helped the country to move beyond its power issues and improve economic productivity.
GEA 2019, organized by the Energy Media Group and CH Business Consulting Ghana, is under the theme: “Energy, the Key to a Sustainable Economy for Industrialisation”.
Also inclusive in the Awards event are the Non-Competitive Awards categories which include the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Osagyefo Young Leadership Award.
Fully endorsed by the Ministry of Energy and the World Energy Council Ghana, the Awards has key industry partners such as the Volta River Authority (VRA), Ghana Gas and the Bui Power Authority (BPA).
Other industry partners include the Energy Commission, Petroleum Commission, National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD), Association of Oil Marketing Companies and COPEC Ghana.
Ing. Henry Teinor, Director of the Awards, says the institution of the awards is to recognise both the efforts and people providing the fuel for economic growth. From its inception in 2017 until date, the scheme has maintained its integrity as a true reflection of the industry’s performance. This year’s event, thus, will not be an exception.
Source: Energy Ghana