23 kWp – Eden Tree

Why Eden Tree goes solar “At Eden Tree we see good nutrition as the key to a successful, emerging economy. We see our role at encouraging a healthier Ghana and proudly provide fresh products that promote healthy eating habits. Integrating innovation and environmental protection into our business has always been Read more…

40 kWp – Stanbic Bank

Why Stanbic Bank goes solar “The provision of solar energy for such a central and public company in Accra is an important step towards changing the energy sector of the country. Stanbic Bank will not only receive clean and cheap electricity, but will also be a role model for the Read more…

8.8 kWp – Impact Hub

Why Impact Hub goes solar “We in the Impact Hub Accra are an innovation island that not only supports local entrepreneurs in their innovations, but lives innovation. We are therefore particularly pleased that we are initiating the change to a sustainable energy future with our own solar battery system. With Read more…

40 kWp – Marie Stopes

Why Marie Stopes goes solar “Every day we work for the future of Ghana: We create a world where women can have children in a self-determined way and not by chance. If we supply our center with solar energy, we have to worry less about our electricity bills and can Read more…

266 kWp – fairafric

Why fairafric goes solar “Our new factory is supposed to produce in a climate-neutral and fair way and the use of solar energy is of course part of it. With ecoligo we have a partner, who takes care of the whole project from financing and construction to operation and maintenance. Read more…

How is COVID-19 affecting Ghana?

With 287 confirmed cases and 5 deaths as of the 7th of March, Ghana has a relatively low rate of infection of the COVID-19 virus. Most cases are in the Greater Accra area, with the West African nation’s capital of Accra at the centre. To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, Ghana’s government Read more…