Energy | Ghana — Bui Power to install 8 solar power plants (259 MWp) in the north of


The project will have a total capacity of 259 MWp and is expected to be operational by the first quarter of 2022

The Bui Power Authority (Ghana) will build eight solar power plants with a total capacity of 259 MWp in the north of the country by 2022. The plants will be located in Yendi in the Northern Region, Buipe and Sawla in the Savannah, and Zebilla and Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region.

The project will have a total capacity of 259 MWp and is expected to be operational  by the first quarter of 2022. It should generate 700 MWp of solar energy by 2024. The sites were selected owing to their proximity to the Ghana Grid Company (GridCo) substations in the north of the country.

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