After NEK had concluded land lease contracts with a duration of 30 years for its wind projects in Ghana some time ago, the process of registering these contracts with the Lands Commission has recently started, for which this development step has not yet taken place. This requires extensive field work to determine the exact coordinates of the leased land.

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  • Published on November 17, 2021

The Ghanaian TV station TV3 has made a documentary about the energy situation in Ghana. NEK also has its say in the documentary. The presenter Miriam Osei-Agyemang talked in detail with Dr Christoph Kapp about NEK's wind farm projects in Ghana. The camera team was also in the field for the documentary and inspected the measuring masts of the Konikablo Wind Farm Project.

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  • Published on June 24, 2021

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.

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  • Published on June 02, 2021

NEK has equipped its Ayitepa field office with independent power supply to ensure the workplace can be used without interruptions due to power outages, which occur during these times frequently in Ghana. NEK engineers designed and installed a system combining an 800 W wind turbine, 600 W of solar panels and a battery backup system.

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  • Published on April 22, 2021

On 9th of October 2020, the official customary rites performance took place for the wind farms Koluedor and Madavunu at the Lomobiawe family house in Sege.

The performance of the customary rites was supported by us as project developers because it is important to us that local traditions are respected when a project is implemented at a new site or in a new region. As our planned wind farms shall become an integral part of the socioeconomic structure of the Ada West region, it is important that local traditions are granted and therefore take an active role as part of our community engagement program in the region where we develop our wind farms in Ghana.

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  • Published on October 09, 2020