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Energy Transition Roadmap

Reducing our environmental impact is a core consideration in how we operate, and we have well established Health, Safety and Environment policies and procedures in place. In line with our mission, we are committed (in the long term) to providing energy solutions that are exclusively low carbon.

Basing our operations on transition technologies and fuels, as an interim step towards our long term objectives, allows us to develop the basic energy infrastructure required to provide clients access to reliable, sustainable and cost-effective energy. Over the next decade, we plan to convert our assets from transition solutions to low carbon energy solutions.

Transition Phase

Over the next decade, we will focus on 3 key objectives:



Building and operating the basic energy infrastructure (natural-gas-fired power generation, natural gas midstream solutions and electricity transmission solutions) to deliver reliable, sustainable and affordable electricity and natural gas to our clients.



Facilitating the conversion of clients’ equipment (stationary and mobile) from heavy hydrocarbons to natural gas fuels as a transition to hydrogen fuels.



Developing wind and hydro-electric energy solutions to be built and operated during the Low Carbon Phase.

See our Operations to read about the facilities meeting our objectives.


Genser is advancing its commitment to sustainable energy by developing up to 700MW of wind power in Ghana. This initiative targets high wind speed areas, in particular the mountainous areas in the Eastern Region. These locations have been strategically selected for their optimal wind conditions, which are essential for the project's success.


In this regard, GEGL, in collaboration with technical partners in the USA and South Africa, have completed the development and installation of two meteorological masts (“Met Masts”), measuring 100 meters and 120 meters in height currently in operation in the Eastern region. The installed Met Masts form a principal part of GEGL’s wind data monitoring program which has span over the last ~60 months. GEGL’s wind data monitoring program is designed to gather essential data for the reliable modelling of estimated annual energy production during the operation of GEGL’s flagship Wind Power Plant.


GEGL plans to develop the project in developmental phases, ramping up installed capacity over a 10–15 -year period. As a pilot, GEGL has identified a location within the Eastern region for wind turbine installation, with the potential to install ~28 turbines with a total installed capacity of 126MW. GEGL has completed a comprehensive desktop analysis and advanced high-resolution mesoscale modelling indicating that the selected area is endowed with high wind speeds, making it an ideal location for the pilot project.


To this end, GEGL has commenced the installation works for a third 120m Met Mast within the identified location for the pilot Wind Power Plant. The wind data monitoring program scheduled to span a period of 24-months will be instrumental in validating the energy generation potential of the area. GEGL aims to commission the third Met Mast in the third quarter of 2024, to launch the 24-month wind data measurement campaign.

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