Reports
2018

Public-Private Partnerships as Drivers for Energy Infrastructure and Socioeconomic Development in Ghana



Abstract

This report presents an analysis of the potential of Public and Private Partnerships (PPPs) for the transformation and diversification of Ghana’s energy market and infrastructure. Ghana, despite a recent slowdown, is one of the leading economies of West Africa, as well as one of the countries within the region with the highest electrification rate. On the other hand, huge dependency from biomass and oil, lack of access to electricity in the rural areas and slow development of renewables represent critical constraints to the creation of a sustainable and universally accessible energy system. If supported by adequate conditions PPPs are key instruments to ensure universal access to energy and transition to a low-carbon economy. In the following pages, a focus on the main actors, existing legal framework, on-going operations, main issues and good practices will try to assess the crucial contribution of PPPs to the socioeconomic development of this country.

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Public-Private Partnerships as Drivers for Energy Infrastructure and Socioeconomic Development in Ghana

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