Ghana Is Currently Producing More Electricity Than It Needs

The Chief Executive of the Ghana Grid Company has hinted of a temporary suspension of the load-shedding exercise in the country since July 29, 2016. This, William Amuna attributes to the country’s production of an extra 110 megawatts of power.

A shortfall in power supply resulted in unannounced power cuts in the country in June and July this year.

Many experts urged the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to declare load-shedding but the government refused and insisted that the problem was for a short period and that it will be addressed in due course.

The situation stabilized few weeks ago and the CEO of GRIDCo said the power transmission company is now able to meet demand which is about 1800 megawatts. Read more on this story here.