The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre (TBHEC) has been awarded a contract as a secondary recipient by the Projekttrager Julich acting on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to partake in its new project entitled ‘’ Energy Supply for Health Facilities (EnerSHelF) In Ghana. The expected results and impact of the project include: better capacity built in the area of energy management, improved understanding of energy demand structures especially in the Ghanaian health sector, expanded experience in the field of PV-hybrid systems, develop experimental skills of students in a real business and industrial environment.
TBHEC is providing technical support by conducting and supervising field measurements at some Ghanaian hospitals and by analysing their power demand structure. TBHEC is working closely with UMAWA Ltd, a private Ghanaian company which develops innovative and sustainable renewable energy solutions.
Dr. Emmanuel Ramde, Coordinator, EnerSHelF Project