Ghana: Seabased signs contract for wave energy project


Issue 366 - 06 Apr 2018 | 3 minute read
Sweden’s Seabased Energy on 20 March signed a contract with Ghanaian-owned TC’s Energy to build a wave power project at Ada. The pair aim to have 5MW on the grid by year-end and 100MW online within 24 months. “This is a historic moment for wave energy, for the power industry and for renewables. If everything goes well, this will be the biggest and largest wave power facility in the world, made possible because we have large, steady waves,” TC’s Energy chief executive Anthony Opoku told African Energy.

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