SHOWCASING PROGRESS IN THE PRODUCTION OF H2ATLAS IN WEST AFRICA

A two-day Technical West African H2ATLAS workshop was held in Accra, Ghana, to showcase the progress made in the production of the West Africa H2ATLAS and to finalize the Atlas itself. The workshop was aimed at bringing together experts from the German Research Centre, Forschungszentrum Jülich and a consortium of African research institutions from 15 Continue Reading

BMBF FUNDED HYBDRID WASTE TO ENERGY PROJECT VALUED AT 6.2 MILLION EURO COMMISSIONED

The Pilot Hybrid Waste to Energy Project valued at 6.2 million euros, with funding from the German government through the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has been commissioned by the President of the Republic Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa- Akufo Addo at a ceremony held at Gyankobaa Atwima Nwabiagya in the Ashanti Region. Speaking Continue Reading

WASCAL IS TAKING UP A MEGA TOPIC OF THE FUTURE IN AFRICA’S GREEN HYDROGEN

The Commissioner for Innovation, Green Hydrogen at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Dr. Stefan Kaufmann has emphasized WASCAL is in a pole position to transform the West African energy sector through a cleaner and cheaper means of green hydrogen. He was speaking at the official launch of the international master’s programme in Continue Reading

PROCUREMENT NOTICE FOR OFFICES, LABORATORY, SORTING SHED, COMPOST SHED OF WASTE TO ENERGY PROJECT: DEADLINE 16.10.2021

The University of Rostock (UR) and the West African Service Center for Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) seek to apply portions of their budgetary allocation under the waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project (In Gyankobaa, Kumasi) to procure the following items. Notice is hereby served for all interested vendors/parties to put in Continue Reading

WASCAL LAUNCHES NEW SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME ON ENERGY AND GREEN HYDROGEN FOR ECOWAS STUDENTS

The West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL), a West African international Climate Change Institution has launched a new scholarship scheme for students from all ECOWAS states who want to pursue International Master’s Degree in Energy and Green Hydrogen Technology. The 24-months’ programme, to be run in partnership with Continue Reading