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NEK starts another new wind project development in Ghana

NEK starts another new wind project development in Ghana

Apart from the ongoing wind energy developments which NEK is already undertaking at 5 different locations in Ghana, the company has now started another greenfield wind project development in that country. The project will be developed on a large and open area in the Ada-East District of the Greater Accra Region with a foreseen installed power of around 200 MW. The project is called Togbloku Wind Farm.

On this specific land, NEK already carried out first wind measurements back in 1999 / 2000 on 10 and 40 m met masts. Therefore, the wind conditions on site are known and encouraging: It is calculated that the 200 MW wind farm will generate around 550,000 MWh of clean, reliable and cheap electricity every year. Thereby, between 40 and 50 wind turbines of the 4-5 MW class shall be employed.

The required land lease agreements have been recently completed, so that NEK will now start with all required development tasks.

Below some pictures of the signing ceremony in a village near the project site can be found.

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  • Published on June 02, 2021