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As part of the Energy Commission’s mandate to recommend national policies for the development and utilisation of indigenous energy resources, the Commission in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy is promoting electric vehicles on our roads to create demand and drive the productive utilisation of excess electricity in the system. This initiative was launched by the Senior Minister, Hon Yaw Osafo-Maafo at the 5th Renewable Energy Fair in October 2019.

Promoting electric vehicles on our roads will usher in an era of green and sustainable technology for the future, reduce pollution and contribute to our efforts towards climate action while helping to resolve the electricity generation over-capacity in the short to medium term.

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CONFERENCES

GALLERY

 

THE DEI and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

In line with the sustainable development goals, the Drive Electric Initiative has related benefits of ensuring good health and wellbeing through the reduction in pollution. This also feeds into climate action and ensuring sustainable cities. Sustainable transport that also feeds into innovation and infrastructure and creating partnerships for goals. To successfully ensure e-mobility in Africa and around the world, partnerships will need to emerge among countries and institutions in line with the SDGs to make the world a better place.

Related Sustainable Development Goals

 

Goal 13

 Goal 13: Climate Action

Goal 3

 Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being

Goal 7

  Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal 9

 Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Goal 11

 Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Goal 17

 Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goal

       

               electricity supply industry Local Content and               

Local Participation Committee inaugurated

 

In 2016, the Parliament of Ghana passed the Energy Commission (Amendment) Act, 2016 (Act 933) to incorporate into the mandate of the Commission as outlined in the Energy Commission Act, 1997 (Act 541), provisions on local content and local participation in relation to the energy supply industry and for related matters. Subsequently, in 2017, Parliament also passed the  Energy Commission (Local Content and Local Participation) (Electricity Supply Industry) Regulations, 2017 (L.I. 2354). Section 9 of L.I. 2354 establishes the ESI Local Content and Local Participation Committee to among other things:

 

  • Oversee the development and measurable growth of local content and local participation in the ESI;
  • Monitor and coordinate local content and local participation performance of all persons engaged in activities in the ESI in accordance with the Regulations; and
  • Ensure the implementation of the provisions of the Regulations

On Thursday, 2nd May, 2019, the Hon. Minister for Energy inaugurated the LCLP Committee as formed at his Offices at the Ministry of Energy.

 

The Committee is composed of the followings persons:

 

  • Dr. Alfred Ofosu Ahenkorah, Executive Secretary Energy Commission                                                     -      Chairman
  • Dr. Tony Oteng-Gyasi, Representative, Association of Ghana Industries(AGI)                                        -       Member
  • Dr. S.B. Amponsah, Representative, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development             -       Member
  • Mr. Solomon Adjetey, Representative, Ministry of Energy                                                                            -      Member
  • Miss Jennifer Brown, Representative, Ministry of Energy                                                         -       Member
  • Dr. Ishmael Ackah, Local Content Coordinator, Energy Commission                                                         -      Member
  • Mr. Benjamin Effah, Representative, Transmission Utility (GRIDCo)                                                         -     Member
  • Mr. F.K. Nagatey, Representative, Ghana Standards Authority                                                                     -      Member
  • Mr. David Ruthven Adzogble, Representative, Ghana Employers Association                                        -      Member
  • Ing. Kingsford Laryea, Representative, Ghana Institution of Engineers                                                    -      Member
  • Mr. Micahel Opoku Akurang, Representative, Ministry of Trade                                                                 -       Member              

 

Click below to download the infographs on key Findings and Issues from a Baseline Study for the effective implementation of L.I. 2354.

 

Integrated Power Sector Master Plan(IPSMP) Outputs from IPM

 

IPSMP GH-IPM v1.2018 Assumptions Book

Transmission Summary_ALL Strategies

 

Plant Details

 

Regional Summary Ghana

 

 

Note: 

All assumptions used for 2018 version of the IPSMP will be reviewed on a regular basis, with inputs from various stakeholders. Please send all comments and

suggestions to Head of Planning, Energy Commission This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and IRRP Chief of Party This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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