Ghana’s authoritative and factually accurate Online news portal, ghananewsonline.
com.gh is the strategic online media partner for the 6th West African Clean Energy and Environment Conference and Exhibition (WACEE 2017) currently ongoing in Accra, Ghana.
The three day event which is scheduled to take place in Accra between November 7-9 is being organized by the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana (AHK Ghana) and Fairtrade.
The platform of the fastest growing news website in Ghana, ghananewsonline.com.gh was strategically selected by the organizers of the event as the only online media partner.
WACEE has established itself over the years as a leading exhibition and conference on renewable energy and environmentally friendly technologies in Ghana and West Africa.
The event has the reputation for drawing a petronage from more than 1,000 professional visitors who engage with more than 40 local and international exhibitors.
The aim is to encourage the use of renewable energy for both domestic and commercial purposes in order to cut down on the emission of green house gases into the atmosphere with the provision of a clean energy for a more sustainable environment.
The Managing Editor of ghananewsonline.
com.gh, Mr Jeorge Wilson Kingson, believes the company got the nod to partner the respectable event due to its professional outlook and competence as well as its commitment to the use of new media and digital tools to promote events, projects and businesses for its clients and to communicate the right information to advocate action to cause positive change on the environment.
According to him, the website is proud to associate it’s brand with the objectives of WACEE to ensure a clean energy for a more sustainable environment in line with goal 13 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which deals with climate change and clean environment.
Other organizations and institutions involved in the partnership with WACEE 2017 include the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), the Public Utility and Regulatory Commission (PURC), the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), and the Oxford Business Group (OBG).
The rest are Renewable Energy Association of Ghana, Start-Up Factory Kumasi – Paderborn, University of Energy and Natural Resources (Department of Environmental Engineering) and the Brew-Hammond Energy Centre – KNUST to promote representation of various sectors in the advancement of renewable energy solutions in Ghana.
Source: Clement Akoloh || ghananewsonline.