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Already today and even more in the very near future, Renewable Energies (RE) will be the only reasonable and feasible power source for both industrialized and developing countries. As we know today, renewables were the only source that posted a growth in demand in the first half of the year 2020, driven by larger installed capacity and priority dispatch. Renewables demand is expected to increase worldwide drastically because of low operating costs and preferential access to many power systems.

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  • Published on July 10, 2023

NEK and its partners have prepared the first part to receive the Environmental Permit of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Ghana for the Togbloku Wind Farm. This process was initiated by the submission of the Scoping Report, while all of the other Wind Farms of NEK in Ghana already have received the EPA approval.

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  • Published on October 06, 2022

After a process lasting several years, which began with an information campaign for the local population, the farmers affected and the landowners, the development of a so-called scoping report and as a result of an extensive environmental report on the environmental compatibility of the wind farm, NEK has now received from the Ghanaian Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the final permit for the wind farm.

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  • Published on November 30, 2021