African Center for Energy Policy has warned that Ghana may face power crisis by next month.
According to ACEP, the danger the power sector will face could be attributed to a potential disruption in gas supply and the shutting down of Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) for maintenance.
In an exclusive interview with GhanaWeb, Dr. Ishmael Ackah, Policy Advisor for ACEP noted that fuel supply has become more challenging, as thermal generation will continue to dominate the sector.
He also attributed the inability of the Asogli Power Plant to generate power to suspension of gas supply from Nigeria – due to Ghana’s indebtedness to the West African Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCO) and N-Gas
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