The basis for the Konikablo Wind Farm was laid in 1998, when the Swiss engineering company NEK Umwelttechnik AG started first wind measurements and feasibility studies in Ghana, in order to assess the potential of wind energy along the coast of the Gulf of Guinea.
More than 25 years later, the Wind Farm Konikablo cristallizes to become one of the largest wind farms in Africa, with an installed capacity of up to 250 MW.
The wind farm assists in meeting the ever-increasing demand for electricity in Ghana and West Africa. It will supply the national transmission system more than 600,000 MWh of clean and locally produced electricity per year. This will be sufficient electricity to meet the needs of more than 1.5 Million Ghanaians!