Ghana Increases Electricity Export To Burkina Faso, Togo & Benin By 60MW
Ghana Increases Electricity Export To Burkina Faso, Togo & Benin By 60MW.
Ghana has increased its electricity export to three of its West African neighbours namely; Burkina Faso, Togo and Benin.
Ghana has been exporting 100MW of power to Burkina Faso and 50MW of power each to Togo and Benin making a total of 200MW.
However, speaking at the commissioning of the Retrofitted Kpong Generating Station in Akuse in the Eastern Region, Ghana’s Energy Minister John-Peter Amewu hinted that the country has increased its electricity export from 200 to 260MW.
The source said Ghana’s power export to Burkina Faso has been increased from 100 MW to 140MW whilst, Togo and Benin with a total import of 100 MW has been increased to 120 MW.