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Ghana Energy Commission – Feasibility Study Institutional Biogas Programme

Client: Ghana Energy Commission
Period: June – November 2014

Partners for Innovation has carried out a feasibility study to set up an institutional biogas programme in Ghana. The study was executed for the Ghana Energy Commission (GEC), the executive agency for the Ghana ministry of Energy. It was funded by the Climate Support Facility, a European funded facility offering short-term customised technical assistance and training to public and private entities from ACP member states.

As part of its Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) action plan, Ghana wants to establish 200 institutional biogas systems for boarding schools, hospitals and prisons. These 200 systems will be the first phase of a more extensive programme facilitating the installation of many more institutional biogas systems. This study leads to a ready-to-implement programme so the GEC is able to finance and build 200 institutional biogas systems.

For this study two missions to Ghana have taken place. For this project Partners for Innovation worked together with Julius Cudjoe Ahiekpor, a Ghanaian bioenergy expert from Kumasi Polytechnic.


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