The CEO of the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), Mr William Amuna has attributed this to power generated by the Karpower ship from Turkey.
Ghanaians are expected to have an increase in electricity supply this Christmas, as the current load shedding improves to 12 hours off, 24hrs on.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), Mr William Amuna has attributed this to power generated by the Karpower ship from Turkey, which is currently producing about 215.22 megawatts.
“There is an ease in the load shedding, and we are doing less than 300 megawatts and it is our hope there would be enough power available for the Christmas festivities,” he told Daily Graphic recently.
Meanwhile, Karadeniz holdings, operators of the Karpower ship has announced that the power barge has been successfully integrated into the national grid.
A statement issued in Accra and signed by the Communication’s Specialist, Ms Sandra Amarquaye said “Aysegul Sultan, the first Powership in Ghana with an installed capacity of 235 MW, will significantly help ameliorate the power supply in the country.”
"A second Powership, also with 235 MW installed capacity, is expected to arrive in Ghana in the first half of 2016,” the statement added.