Ghana invites Indian power companies for Powerelec Ghana 2016

 A high-powered delegation led by Dr. Kwame Ampofo, Chairman, Energy Commission, Republic of Ghana visited India to invite Indian companies in power generation, transmission and distribution to participate in the massive expansion drive towards attaining self-sufficiency in five years. The delegation met the power industry leaders at the global launch of Powerelec Ghana 2016. The delegation also met Maharashtra’s Energy, New & Renewable Energy Minister, Chandrashekhar Bawankule.
Hon. President of Ghana, Mr. John Manama has announced an ambitious programme of adding new power generation capacity of 3,665 MW over the next five years, thereby more than doubling the amount of existing capacity. Powerelec Ghana 2016, an Indo-Ghanian platform created by Fairact Exhibitions and Events LLP, Orange, Ghana and Verifair, Dubai is being hosted at Accra, Ghana in May 2016. Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Kwame Ampofo said, “We look forward to Indian players to assist Ghana in attaining self-sufficiency in power. Their experience within India will help them execute the projects at Ghana in a rapid and efficient manner.” Ghana has been recognised by the World Bank’s Doing Business Report of 2014 as the “Best Place for Doing Business in the ECOWAS Region.” Ghana is among the fastest growing economies of Africa and grew 7.4 per cent last year. Chandrashekhar Bawankule appreciated Ghana’s desire to do business with Indian firms and reassured that it would be a mutually fruitful experience. Mr. Bawankule also explored avenues beyond power where Maharashtra can contribute to Ghana’s growth and looked forward to a successful conclusion of Powerelec Ghana 2016.

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Ghana invites Indian power companies for Powerelec Ghana 2016

 A high-powered delegation led by Dr. Kwame Ampofo, Chairman, Energy Commission, Republic of Ghana visited India to invite Indian companies in power generation, transmission and distribution to participate in the massive expansion drive towards attaining self-sufficiency in five years. The delegation met the power industry leaders at the global launch of Powerelec Ghana 2016. The delegation also met Maharashtra’s Energy, New & Renewable Energy Minister, Chandrashekhar Bawankule.
Hon. President of Ghana, Mr. John Manama has announced an ambitious programme of adding new power generation capacity of 3,665 MW over the next five years, thereby more than doubling the amount of existing capacity. Powerelec Ghana 2016, an Indo-Ghanian platform created by Fairact Exhibitions and Events LLP, Orange, Ghana and Verifair, Dubai is being hosted at Accra, Ghana in May 2016. Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Kwame Ampofo said, “We look forward to Indian players to assist Ghana in attaining self-sufficiency in power. Their experience within India will help them execute the projects at Ghana in a rapid and efficient manner.” Ghana has been recognised by the World Bank’s Doing Business Report of 2014 as the “Best Place for Doing Business in the ECOWAS Region.” Ghana is among the fastest growing economies of Africa and grew 7.4 per cent last year. Chandrashekhar Bawankule appreciated Ghana’s desire to do business with Indian firms and reassured that it would be a mutually fruitful experience. Mr. Bawankule also explored avenues beyond power where Maharashtra can contribute to Ghana’s growth and looked forward to a successful conclusion of Powerelec Ghana 2016.

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