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ENERGY MINISTER SWEARS IN NEW ECG MD, INSTRUCTS HIM TO ADVANCE THE COMPANY’S DIRECTION.

Energy Minister Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh swore in Samuel Dubik Mahama as the new Managing Director...

ENERGY MINISTRY ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS ON CONSTRUCTION OF ACCRA-KUMASI PETROLEUM PIPELINE

Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Energy Minister, met with Tanker Owners Union to ensure that the...

NPA COMMISSIONS CLASSROOM BLOCKS FOR SCHOOLS IN EASTERN REGION

Two schools that were formerly housed under shed roofs in the Eastern Region have 3- and 2-unit...

PAY YOUR BILLS ON TIME – NEDCO TO CUSTOMERS

Households have been urged to pay their electricity bills in order to avoid power outages. In...

MFANTSEMAN GIRLS’ SHS TAKES FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL REGION’S RENEWABLE ENERGY CHALLENGE

Mfantseman Girls' Senior High School (SHS) emerged the winners of the Central Region Energy...
Crossboundary Gets $25m for Solar Mini-Grids in Africa

Crossboundary Gets $25m for Solar Mini-Grids in Africa

Kenya-based Crossboundary Energy Access (CBEA), a mini-grid infrastructure fund, has raised $25 million from ARCH Emerging Markets Partners Limited, Bank of America, and Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund to back renewable energy projects across the continent. The...

How Tanzania is Bagging Billions in Natural Gas Investments

How Tanzania is Bagging Billions in Natural Gas Investments

Tanzania liquefied natural gas front has received a $30 billion shot in the arm from large energy companies including Equinor and Exxon Mobil. Tanzania has an estimated 57 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves ExxonMobil, Equinor and Shell are among two top...

Museveni – Africa Can Solve the Energy Crisis

Museveni – Africa Can Solve the Energy Crisis

The discovery of oil in Uganda has been cause for celebration at home. Predictably, however, the Lake Albert basin oil project -- which marks a milestone in Uganda's ambition to become an oil producer and exporter -- is being met with criticism from developed and...

Zimbabwe: Dam Levels Continue to Rise

Zimbabwe: Dam Levels Continue to Rise

The national dam level has risen to over 79 percent following incessant rains that have been pounding the country. According to a weekly update from the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa), the wet spell being experienced in most parts of the country continues...

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