PROCUREMENT NOTICE: DEADLINE 5.04.2022

The University of Rostock (UR) is the overall coordinator for the WASTE TO ENERGY project while WASCAL is the Ghanaian lead for the project. The wishes to apply a portion of its budgetary allocation under the Waste-to-Energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project to procure the following items classified under the following lots; Lots Continue Reading

60 “MASTERS” FOR GREEN HYDROGEN FROM WEST AFRICA

With the “International Master’ s Programme in Energy and Green Hydrogen” (IMP-EGH), Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University want to qualify students in West African countries for the future topic of “green hydrogen”. After a kick-off last October in Niamey/Niger, the official starting signal on the German side has now been given in Jülich. The Continue Reading

ÉNERGIES RENOUVELABLES : LE GHANA CLASSE 1ER EN AFRIQUE DE L’OUEST

Pour lutter contre le phénomène des délestages chroniques, le Ghana a eu recours aux énergies renouvelables. Au cours des derniers dix ans, le pays a investi plus de 2 milliards de $. Le Ghana a investi plus de 2 milliards $, dans le secteur des énergies renouvelables au cours des dix dernières années. Il s’agit Continue Reading

PROCUREMENT NOTICE: DEADLINE 14 -11-2021

The University of Rostock (UR) wishes to apply a portion of its budgetary allocation under the waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project to procure, construct, test, and commission the following items classified under the following lots Lots Item Quantity Brief description Lot 1 Emergency gas flare 1 To be used to Continue Reading

ADVERTISEMENT FOR A CO-OPERATOR OF A 400 KW HYBRID WASTE TO ENERGY FACILITY AT GYANKOBAA

The hybrid waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project is looking for a Ghanaian owned company with expertise in waste management and the operation of a waste to energy facility to be a partner in the operational consortium to operate the 400 kW pilot waste to energy power plant at Gyankobaa in Continue Reading