Renewable energy is safe and cost-effective – Ambassador


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By Gideon Assinu, GNA

Ada Foah (G/A), Sept. 19, GNA – Mrs Inger
Ultredt, the Sweden Ambassador to Ghana says renewable energy is safe,
cost-effective and environmentally friendly for developing countries in their
power generation.

She encouraged countries to venture into
renewable energy technology such as; tidal wave energy production, which she
said was originated from Sweden.

Mrs Inger

By Gideon Assinu, GNA

Ada Foah (G/A), Sept. 19, GNA – Mrs Inger
Ultredt, the Sweden Ambassador to Ghana says renewable energy is safe,
cost-effective and environmentally friendly for developing countries in their
power generation.

She encouraged countries to venture into
renewable energy technology such as; tidal wave energy production, which she
said was originated from Sweden.

Mrs Inger Ultredt made the remark when she
paid a day’s working visit to Ada Foah, in the Greater Accra Region, to
ascertain the progress of work on a tidal wave energy production project being
undertaken by a Sweden-based company, SEABASE. 

Mr Anthony Poku, the Chief Executive Officer
of Tc’s Energy, the implementers of the tidal wave energy production in Ghana
and his team of technocrats conducted the Ambassador and her entourage round
the switch gear room, the vessel and crane which deplore tidal wave under the
sea for the production of the energy.

He said the implementation of the tidal wave
energy would supplement the power supply sector of the country and that all
technical planning, drawings, erection of sub-station for the evacuation of
power and administrative work had been completed.

GNA


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