Power distribution outlet, GRIDCo, has identified a raging bush fire as the cause of the Saturday afternoon’s power outage which rocks many part of Ghana. On January 14, 2023 at around 12 noon, several parts of Ghana witnessed light outs which lasted nearly two hours.
Former GRIDCo Boss, Loses Promising 27yr Old Son and Also Engineer In USA In A Very Sad Way. DETAILS
Life is supposed to be full and long, but when the hand of icy death strikes, he cuts it short and makes the memories of persons, who were on a sure successful journey, end in pains, for their loved ones and such is the story of just27years old, Andrew-Drew Skd Amuna.
The Ghana Grid Company Limited together with the ECG has abolished recent claims that there will be power curtailment in some areas of Accra from Saturday, April 9 till end of June. The two big duo stakeholders in the power sector accepted the fact that even though there is ongoing works within the period, they will not lead to dumsor as being claimed by some people's.
The Ministry of Highways acting through the department of urban roads wishes to inform the general public and road users of that there will be some interruption to flow of traffic within Darkuman and its environments for a period of one month starting today to 12th November, 2021. This interruption will be done each day from 8am to 5pm.
Yesterday it was revealed that GRIDCO had released a new timetable for power outages for some parts in Accra for the next two months. In the release, GRIDCO cited the power outages to some repairs and this would affect the supply of power. There has been mixed reactions to this as Ghanaians were living with the thought that the era of dumsor was over per the promises of the government and the Ministry of Energy.
Ghana Grid Company's Message To Ghanaians. Workers for GRIDCo says the is going to be load shedding, which is necessary for some major maintenance works which they will carry out within the three-month period. Corporate Communications Manager for Ghana Grid Company, Ebenezer Amankwah explained the parts of Ghana which is going to experience intermittent power outage, so their engineers will work on substations and plants across the country.
Ghana Electric Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) allegedly cut off the power supply to Volta Aluminum Company (VALCO) following a protest by VALCO employees in Tema against allegations of continuing to recruit some members from the board of directors. senior manager. The change occurred on October 31, reportedly as a result of a directive from the CEO.
The most annoying social phenomenon that occurs in Ghana for sometime now has been the frequent and intermittent power outages that occur accasionally, sometimes for a number of months, popularly worded in Ghana as "dumsor" is finally back again into the system. According to a letter signed and issued by the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) and confirmed by Joy News and Citi News/FM, the intermittent power outages is scheduled to take place from Tuesday, October 5 to December 5, 2021.
The organization in charge of running the Bui hydroelectric dam, the Bui Power Authority (BPA), plans to construct a multi-million dollar solar power plant in Yendi. The 50MW project, which is scheduled to begin in the second to last quarter of 2022, seeks to provide solar energy for Gridco substations.
"DUMSOR" which means on and off is a term most Ghanaians use to call a too much power outage in the country. This government is trying their best not to make "DUMSOR" tarnish their image but, as of now, this "DUMSOR" has to come on because, it's necessary.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the unexpected good news from the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and GRIDCo to all the residents in the NPP’s stronghold.
According to the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo), the rehabilitation of several transmission lines from Achimota to Mallam substations would not cause power interruptions. In a statement, the power transmission firm stated that its bulk supply terminals of Kasoa, Pokuase, and Accra Central will send power to the restored substations.
A team, comprised of authorities of the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), the police and the tactical yesterday obliterated structures under a few high-strain lines in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Municipality in the Greater Accra Region. The activity, what began around 5 a.m, impacted wooden designs filling in as stopgap homes for vagrants, booths and different designs utilized by mechanics and different craftsmans for their business tasks.
Some illegal structures built under high tension lines belonging to the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) La Bawaleshie in Accra was Tuesday demolished. A task force comprising officials of GRIDCo, police and military officers demolished the structures located in the Ayawaso West Wuogon municipality. The exercise, which started around 5am saw the demolition of makeshift wooden structures, kiosks and other structures used by mechanics, and other artisans as their business premises.
Part of Accra will experience power outage which will last from today 5th October to 5th December to enable GriDco company to do their neccessary restructuring of power loads within Accra townships. This activity that will last for two good months , from October to December will affect daily activities for livelihood for people living in some part of Accra.
On its Right of Way (RoW), the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) has started dismantling projects in some areas of Accra. Ayigbe Town, Bawaleshie, Adjringano, and some of the areas behind the Fiesta Royale Hotel are among the affected villages. The goal of the exercise is to remove encroachers from GRIDCo's Right of Way since their activities endanger the transmission towers and endanger the lives of encroachers.
The Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) has assured its valued stakeholders that it will continue to provide a stable power system for dependable and efficient power supply for national and economic growth. This follows yesterday’s incident in the evening when their power system experienced a significant disturbance leading to a power cut in almost all its coverage areas.
An announcement coming from Ghana Highway Authority foretells that from Saturday, 11th September 2021 to Thursday, 30th September 2021, 8 am to 5 pm, that there will be heavy traffic on several parts of the N1 motorway and other urban roads in Darkuman. According to the statement from the Ghana Highway Authority, this move will “allow GRIDco to undertake the stringing of Transmission line conductors across the N1 and several places in Darkuman.”
Ghana Grid Company, GRIDCO has made it known to Ghanaians about its intent to cut off power supply in certain areas of Accra to enhance it's operations. They said this exercise is going to strengthen power supply activities in Ghana to enhance productivity. GRIDCO has written to the Electricity Company of Ghana to seek their consent on this issue since power loads being transmitted to Pokuase, Achimota, Accra East and Tema is not sufficient.
William Amuna, the former CEO of Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo), has lost his son in a drowning accident in the United States. Andrew Amuna, a 27-year-old engineer, drowned on Saturday afternoon in the Granite Point Snake River near Pullman County, Washington, where he had gone fishing with a coworker.