Ghana has a huge potential to grow and transform its economy through industrialization with a view to creating jobs and ensuring equitable distribution of wealth. The fundamental goal of the Government of Ghana’s development agenda is to achieve macro-economic stability and grow the economy to a middle
income status by 2020.
|Energy Strategy||The vision for the energy sector is to ensure availability of and universal access to energy services and for export by 2020.|
|Grid Code||The National Electricity Grid Code of Ghana referred to in this document as the Grid Code, establishes the requirements, procedures, practices and standards that govern the development, operation, maintenance and use of the high voltage transmission system in Ghana. The purpose of the Grid Code is to ensure that the NITS provides fair, transparent, non-discriminatory, safe, reliable, secure and cost efficient delivery of electrical energy.|
|Electricity Rate Setting Guidelines||
These guidelines, issued by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) in pursuance of the PURC Act, 1997, Act 538 (sections 3a and 16) shall apply to electricity rate-setting in Ghana.