In compliance with new regulations of the Energy Commission to visit and inspect offices of all investors in the renewable energy sector, a team from the Energy Commission visited the corporate office of ADA SOLAR ENERGY LIMITED in Accra, Ghana.

The Team led by Mr. Carlos Jerry Yawson (APO, Renewables) was received by the Country Director of ADA SOLAR ENERGY LIMITED, Mr. Deji Akinade who expressed delight at the new approach of the Energy Commission at having a more robust relationship and interactions with investors in the sector. He enjoined the team to impress it on the Board and Management of the Energy Commission that there is the need for the commission to give more support to investors in ensuring that their investment do not come to a waste or become unduly delayed due to lack of institutional support from the Commission who arguably are the first point of contact for investors in renewables in Ghana.

The team from the Energy Commission commended the Management of ADA SOLAR for the milestones already achieved on the ADA project and for putting up a befitting office for the project. They assured of the continuous support for the project going forward.


ADA SOLAR would be participating in the upcoming CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT AFRICA coming up between the 4 and 5th of April 2017 in Accra, Ghana. The company would be represented by its Chairman Mr. Henrik Christensen who will be speaking under the Developers Keynote addresses and Mr. Deji Akinade, the Country Director.

"Clean Energy Summit Africa" is designed for project owners large and small to meet and win new business. Incorporating the 3rd annual "Solar & Off-Grid Renewables West Africa" conference, the event will put solar at its core with breakouts sessions designed for pico to utility scale projects. It will also bring major financiers and investors, innovative micro-grid operators and large energy users to see how Africa’s power landscape is maturing. Government representatives are also invited to contribute to the debate by outlining policy to support universal access to power.  

ADA SOLAR is hopeful that the summit would offer new opportunities in consolidating its operations and ongoing projects in the sub region.


As part of the requirement for the issuance of an ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATE, ADA SOLAR ENERGY heldcommunity consultation and engagement sessions at Ceasarkope in the Ada East District, Greater Accra Region between the 16th and 19th of January 2017.

ADA SOLAR ENERGY LIMITED with support of our consultants, Accurate Consult Limited held interactive discussions on the possible environmental and socio-economic impacts of the proposed project with a number of stakeholders within and around the project area of influence to solicit their views and concerns about the proposed project during the interactive sessions.


Ada Solar Project Nominated for ACF 2015

The Access Co-development Fund (ACF) is designed to serve as a unique platform to bridge the gap between local power project developers/originators and the technical experience/funding required to bring such projects to life.

ACF aims to deploy 5 million US dollars to co-develop up to 5 power projects in Africa. Applicants will be screened by a multi-disciplinary panel of judges and the top 5 shortlisted projects will be invited to Dubai for a final round of selection which will take place during the Africa Energy Forum on 9-11 June 2015. The judging panel will be composed of senior representatives from the following organizations: Access, Eren, IFC, FMO and Trinity LLC.

Ada Solar would be represented by Its Chairman and Managing Director Messrs, Henrik Christensen and Lars Moller Salling at the Conference in Dubai.