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11TH SPECIAL MEETING - Summary of Minutes
SUMMARY OF THE 11TH SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORIT...
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Program Implementation Agreement
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Ghana Power Compact
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Koforidua Consultations Report
As part of its broad plan of consultations with stakeholders, in the process of developing a new Compact for Ghana, the Compact 2 Core Team met with stakeholders selected from 3 regions Central, Greater Accra and Volta at Koforidua on June 26, 2012. The theme for the consultation was “Powering Ghana for sustainable and accelerated development”. The regions were represented by 125 participants including market women associations, the media, the disabled, public service, political parties and traditional authorities attended this consultation.
The meeting was opened by the Deputy Eastern Regional Minister and chaired by Dr. Albert Asamoah-Baah a member of the Core Team, who led the discussions based on six thematic areas.
- Policy, Governance and Regulatory Issues;
- Improvement of Financial Performance of Utilities;
- Attraction of Additional Generation Capacity;
- Reinforcement of Transmission Networks;
- Reinforcement of Distribution Networks; and,
- Productive use of power (Access)
The programme was broken into 2 sessions – the Plenary and the break-out sessions. Mr. Albert Sowah, Project Manager of Compacts 2 gave a presentation that concentrated on the following:
- Improved access to electricity,
- Improved reliability and electricity supply,
- Improved financial standing of utilities and also
- gender and social issues pertaining to the power sector.
Some of the notable issues that came out from the Koforidua consultation were:
- greater concentration of Compact 2 activities on power generation,
- alternative power generation from solar, wind, biogas etc.,
- improvement of electricity networks,
- commitment to uninterrupted and affordable power supply,
- education on power usage to eliminate wastage,
- resourcing regulatory bodies for effective regulation
- ECG must resolve service delivery problems.