A Simplified Guide to Renewable Energy Investment for SMEs in Ghana

Most businesses depend on reliable and affordable power for their operations. The reducing costs associated with adopting renewable energy technologies and the opportunities it presents in terms of reliable power supply and cost savings are some business case incentives for investment. Despite the economic and environmental advantages of renewable energy, often there is a lack of readily available information on how to adopt these technologies in practice. This guide is aimed at providing relevant information to businesses, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as the general public on the merits of adopting renewable energy, the means of sourcing the technology and options available for financing such investments.

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