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On-going Projects

1. Hybrid waste to Energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana (Waste-to-Energy)

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre (TBHEC), KNUST, is working with the West African Science Service on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) and the Project Management Agency Julich (PJJ) as a local partner on the project dubbed “Hybrid waste to Energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana”.

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2. Fostering Research and Intra-African Knowledge Transfer through Mobility and Education (FRAME)

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre (TBHEC), KNUST together with five (5) other partners from African Higher Education Institutions is implementing a project titled” Fostering Research and Intra-African Knowledge Transfer through Mobility and Education (FRAME)”.

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3. Market Entry into Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency (EE) for the Productive Sector in Ghana

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Energy Service Centre of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI-ESC) to provide training courses in renewable energy to its technical personnel.

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4. Smart Solar Modular Container (SSMoC)

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre, KNUST has signed an agreement to partner with AZIMUT 360 to implement a project dubbed “Smart Solar Modular Container - Modular Plug and Play Solar Photovoltaic Containerized Solution with built-in intelligence and self-learning capabilities for an optimized implementation”.

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5. Energy Supply for Health Facilities (EnerSHelF)

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.

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6. Boosting Green Employment and Enterprise Opportunities in Ghana

SNV Ghana is implementing a four-year joint project titled Boosting Green Employment and Enterprise Opportunities in Ghana (GrEEn) with the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) with funding from the European Union Emergency Trust Fund for Africa (EUTF) and the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands.  The GrEEn project is being implemented in two regions, the Western and the Ashanti Regions, with the objective of contributing to addressing the root causes of irregular migration by supporting sustainable and climate resilient local economies, green and decent jobs as well as enterprises in Agriculture, Energy and WASH.

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7. Energy System Modelling for the Real World

This project is a 3-year project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The project seeks to advance energy system modelling methods and knowledge transfer for sustainable and resilient urban energy planning with a special focus on developing countries. 

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8. Curriculum Development and Training Solar Powered Irrigation System (SPIS)

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre, KNUST has received funding from the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) for the project titled “Curriculum Development and Training Solar Powered Irrigation System (SPIS)”.

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9. Selection, Assessment and Sensitization of Public Institutions for Net-Metering Solar PV (NMPV)

A consortium involving The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre has been selected by the Ministry of Energy to conduct studies nationwide on the Selection, Assessment and Sensitization of Public Institutions for Net-Metering Solar PV (NMPV). The consortium is led by AZIMUT 360 SSCL of Spain and includes Sistemes Avançats d’energia Solar Tèrmica, SCCL (AIGUASOL) also of Spain.

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10. Agrivoltaic Technology in Drylands of West Africa

The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre, KNUST, in collaboration with the Crop Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR-CRI) have been awarded a grant to execute a project titled “Agrivoltaic Technology in Drylands of West Africa: Strengthening National Innovation Systems for Diffusion and Market Development at the Water-Energy-Food Nexus”.

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