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back3rd July, 2012

Kumasi Consultations Report


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The second regional consultation was held on July 3, 2012. Representatives from Ashanti, Brong-Ahafo and Western Region attended.

A total of 108 participants attended including representatives from NGOs, religious bodies, District assemblies, traditional rulers and civil society groups.

The Project Manager of Compact 2 development Mr. Albert Sowah gave a presentation on the issues being considered. The plenary session was followed by participants breaking into 3 syndicated groups to consider issues on:

Improved access to electricity,

Improved reliability of electricity supply and

improved financial standing of utilities.

Some of the salient points and suggestions from the Kumasi consultation are:

  • Reduction in the over-dependence of hydro as a form of power generation,
  • Invest in other forms of power,
  • government must stop interfering in the work of the regulatory bodies in fixing tariffs,
  • consider schools and hospitals in the rural areas where there is no electricity and
  • Electricity Company of Ghana must be resourced to deliver quality and efficient power system.