ACEP has taken note of a Press Release from the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) dated Monday, 11th October 2021, announcing the decision to zero the Price Stabilization and Recovery Levy on petrol, diesel, and LPG for two months. The NPA’s press release comes on the back of recent public agitations over upward fuel price adjustments
I have followed a series of interviews granted by Dr. KK Sarpong and sometimes froze, literally, in complete disbelief of what damage he is doing to the country in an attempt to litter the media space with hate for CSOs. By design or not, he injects extreme nervousness than I have seen. The strategy was
The Renewable Energy revolution is becoming more important in view of its impact on the environment and its economic benefits to companies who adopt same. However, its adoption, particularly by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana is low. In this new Report, the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) highlights the results of a survey aimed at
Reliable and affordable power is at the core of all business operations as far as reducing costs and maintaining profitability is concerned. However, with the new wave of the green revolution, there has arisen the need for a re-look at ways of reducing operational costs associated with power as well as the need for businesses
The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), on June 3, 2021, released a Press Statement, proffering recommendations for the way forward on the Eni-Springfield unitisation tussle, and the exit of ExxonMobil from Ghana.
Conduct Value For Money Audits For Oil Funded Projects – ACEP The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has engaged various Stakeholders within the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis on a Value for Money Analysis of oil-funded projects to share lessons learnt from ACEP’s tracking of the country’s oil revenue utilization. Addressing the media, the Executive Director of
The Energy Ghana Magazine (EGM), a product of the Energy Media Group (EMG) has in its July 2020 Special Edition, named the Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Benjamin Boakye, as one of the Top 5 Young Male Influencers in Ghana’s energy industry. This recognition, according to EGM, is in line