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.
Upwind Ayitepa Ltd., the company of the Ayitepa Wind Farm, today donated goods for the people of Ningo-Prampram to protect themselves against the coronavirus. The items, which include face masks and sanitizers, were presented by the Community Liaison Team, namely Emmanuel Adjei Kordie, Jeff Amoah and Samuel Manorty, to the District Chief Executive of Ningo-Prampram, Jonathan Teye Doku at June 12, 2020.
In line with advice from health experts, Ghanaian authorities have made the wearing of face masks mandatory. However, the cost of masks can be a barrier for some people, so the wind farm developers have stepped in to donate and distribute these reusable, FDA-approved masks to the host communities.
At the end of February 2020, Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was invited by the Swiss government for a state visit. On the guest list for the gala dinner in the Bernerhof was also the CEO of Upwind Ayitepa Ltd., Dr. Christoph Kapp.
The Phase 1 of the Land and Asset Survey on the Saunya Clan Land started on the 9th of July 2018 and was successfully completed on 25th July 2018
Lekela, the renewable power generation company that delivers utility-scale projects across Africa, recently welcomed a delegation of 15 energy experts from Ghana to its South African wind farms.