Ghana, Africa

Project Ghana

Karpowership signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) in June 2014 to supply a total of 450MW of power with two Powerships to the people of Ghana. In December 2015, the 235MW Powership began commercial operation to supply affordable electricity to help resolve the country’s power crisis known as “Dumsor”. In 2016, the PPA was consolidated into one single 450MW Powership, and in August 2017, Karpowership deployed a 470MW Powership, the largest in the world, to Ghana. It began operations in September 2017, a month after its arrival.

In August 2019, the 470MW Powership was relocated 250 km in one day to the western enclave to utilize the country’s indigenous Natural Gas.

Karpowership is operational in Ghana since 2015 and has been supplying 23% of Ghana’s total electricity demand.

500 direct and indirect job opportunities were created.

Powering Life

Karpowership brings fast, easy-to-use and affordable energy solutions for powering a better life.