The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) has uncovered explanations behind the current blackouts as of now being seen in certain parts of the country.
At a press instructions on Thursday, the Director for Systems Operation, Mark Baah demonstrated that a few deficiencies have been recognized in the transmission and dissemination network because of the increment in demand.
He additionally added that the successive interference of gas supply has blocked the efficiency of the Volta River Authority (VRA) in producing power.
"Our force framework has filled as far as interest. Interestingly this year, we have crossed 3, 000 Megawatt regarding request.
"There are additionally issues inside the electrical organization transmission and appropriation which in some cases causes blackouts and there are issues inside the gas area which likewise influences us. So when the lights go off, this could be the different reasons that may have happened," he educated the press.
The Systems Operation Director further showed that the Bui Hydroelectric Power plant which supplies power to focal pieces of Ghana has been closed down driving each ability to be produced from the seaside belt.
This, as indicated by him, has put a strain on area.
Be that as it may, Ing Baah said the development chips away at the Pokuase and Kasoa substations which are required to be finished in July would redress the irregular blackouts.
He, subsequently, begged clients to hold on for the force area for the following three months as they work on settling the test forever.
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