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Solar plant for Prampram Polyclinic

By Graphic News | Benjamin Glover 

 

August 12, 2015

 

A 1.68 kilowatt peak solar power plant has been inaugurated to augment electricity supply to the Prampram Polyclinic.

It consists of a solar panel, an inverter and back-up batteries.

 

A joint initiative of the Prampram Polyclinic and Volta (Formerly Novaya Solar), a California-based company, the plant is designed to provide reliable and affordable power to urban and rural communities in Ghana.

 

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AFRICA

By The Guardian | Peyton Flemming 

 

June 17, 2016

 

A visit to a small hospital in northern Ghana changed Mahama Nyankamawu’s life forever. “It was dark, they had no electricity and the medicines they had had all gone bad,” recalled the 40-year-old, who went to the hospital after a car accident in 2014.

 

The experience inspired Nyankamawu to create Volta, a company that builds solar power projects for health clinics, schools and farms across Ghana.

 

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Businesses have seen the light with solar energy and it's finally paying off