SHDCL – Ankobra River Hydroelectric Power Plant 42 MW – Ghana - Project Profile
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Small Hydro Development Company Ltd (SHDCL), in collaboration with Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), is planning to construct a hydroelectric power complex on the Ankobra River in Ghana.
The project involves the construction of a 42MW hydroelectric power plant comprising three dams: Maham, Tarkwa-Breman and Nsuaem.
The project includes the construction of a substation, a powerhouse, a canal and related infrastructure, the installation of turbines and transformers and the laying of transmission lines.
SHDCL signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the ECG, which will serve as off-taker for the plant.
In a pre-feasibility study, SHDCL and ECG identified three sites along the Ankobra River, that is Maham, Tarkwa-Breman and Nsuaem, for the construction of three dams.
In June 2015, SHDCL acquired a provisional independent power producer (IPP) license from the Energy Commission, and has initiated approval processes with the Water Resource Commission.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 42MW hydroelectric power plant on the Ankobra River in Ghana.
The US$164 million project includes the following: