President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has revealed Government’s plan to steadily move away from finite energy to the use of more sustainable and renewable energy.
He revealed that the country seeks to use renewable energy for at least 30% of its power needs by 2030 adding that the conscious move away from non-renewable energy is to curb against the dangers the environment is exposed to with the continuous use of finite energy
The president also stressed on the importance of adopting a more sustainable means of energy supply as the way forward.
He made these comments to a delegation from the Energy Commission and Ministry of Education who were led to the office of the President by the Board Chairman of the Energy Commission who called on the president to introduce the winners of the Senior High School Renewable Energy Challenge, Janet Nkansah and Christolove Arthur of Gyaama Pensan Senior High Technical School
The President commended the Energy Commission for its innovation in pushing the learning of renewable energy into the young minds of students