SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source. Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand. A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS
James Darden Director
Agbeli Ameko Director
Eyram Hevi Director
John Cofie-Agama Senior Advisor
James Darden Mr. Darden is a native of North Carolina whom comes from a long lineage of humanitarians and environmentalists. They have committed their lives to the betterment of humanity and he is determined to continue his family's legacy while also pursuing his passion. Prior to joining the CCMC team, he attended both North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado. In the past he has worked as a therapist for the Harm Reduction Therapy Institute and also has extensive experience in the sales and marketing fields at Renewable Choice Energy.
Agbeli Ameko Mr. Ameko attended the Albuquerque Academy and the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied business and geoscience. His educational background makes him well-versed in topics relating to energy, environmental ethics, and natural hazard mitigation. By combining his education and professional experiences, Mr. Ameko will be a major asset to the team at CCMC. He has lead sustainable development and mineral exploration projects across many regions of Africa. He co-founded the energy news service, Enercast, and after his climate research work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, he founded a mesoscale weather forecasting firm.
Eyram Hevi Mr. Hevi co-founded a UK-based Junior Mining Company and has lead sustainable development and exploration projects across Africa including regions like Ghana, DR Congo, Liberia, and Guinea. He previously worked for a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) in Ghana (AED/USAID - Ghana Sustainable Change Project). He studied Health Administration at Nkrumah University of Science & Technology and later attended the International School of Protocol & Diplomacy in Brussels.
John Cofie-Agama A retired civil servant, Mr. Cofie-Agama has over thirty four (34) years of professional experience in the fields of local government, planning, rural development, management training, institutional and organizational development, public policy analysis, public finance, population studies, and project management. As the Director, Fiscal Decentralization Secretariat at the Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development (MLGRD), he worked to develop guidelines for MMDAs, ensuring appropriate protection and prudent management of public funds. Mr. Agama plays a key role within this project by leveraging his experience in managing land issues, stakeholder engagement, and development planning at the local level and will lead CCMC’s local government and stakeholder engagement efforts.

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SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source. Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand. A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS
James Darden Director
Agbeli Ameko Director
Eyram Hevi Director
John Cofie-Agama Senior Advisor
James Darden Mr. Darden is a native of North Carolina whom comes from a long lineage of humanitarians and environmentalists. They have committed their lives to the betterment of humanity and he is determined to continue his family's legacy while also pursuing his passion. Prior to joining the CCMC team, he attended both North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado. In the past he has worked as a therapist for the Harm Reduction Therapy Institute and also has extensive experience in the sales and marketing fields at Renewable Choice Energy.
Agbeli Ameko Mr. Ameko attended the Albuquerque Academy and the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied business and geoscience. His educational background makes him well-versed in topics relating to energy, environmental ethics, and natural hazard mitigation. By combining his education and professional experiences, Mr. Ameko will be a major asset to the team at CCMC. He has lead sustainable development and mineral exploration projects across many regions of Africa. He co-founded the energy news service, Enercast, and after his climate research work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, he founded a mesoscale weather forecasting firm.
Eyram Hevi Mr. Hevi co-founded a UK-based Junior Mining Company and has lead sustainable development and exploration projects across Africa including regions like Ghana, DR Congo, Liberia, and Guinea. He previously worked for a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) in Ghana (AED/USAID - Ghana Sustainable Change Project). He studied Health Administration at Nkrumah University of Science & Technology and later attended the International School of Protocol & Diplomacy in Brussels.
John Cofie-Agama A retired civil servant, Mr. Cofie-Agama has over thirty four (34) years of professional experience in the fields of local government, planning, rural development, management training, institutional and organizational development, public policy analysis, public finance, population studies, and project management. As the Director, Fiscal Decentralization Secretariat at the Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development (MLGRD), he worked to develop guidelines for MMDAs, ensuring appropriate protection and prudent management of public funds. Mr. Agama plays a key role within this project by leveraging his experience in managing land issues, stakeholder engagement, and development planning at the local level and will lead CCMC’s local government and stakeholder engagement efforts.
SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source. Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand. A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS
James Darden Director
Agbeli Ameko Director
Eyram Hevi Director
John Cofie-Agama Senior Advisor
James Darden Mr. Darden is a native of North Carolina whom comes from a long lineage of humanitarians and environmentalists. They have committed their lives to the betterment of humanity and he is determined to continue his family's legacy while also pursuing his passion. Prior to joining the CCMC team, he attended both North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado. In the past he has worked as a therapist for the Harm Reduction Therapy Institute and also has extensive experience in the sales and marketing fields at Renewable Choice Energy.
Agbeli Ameko Mr. Ameko attended the Albuquerque Academy and the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied business and geoscience. His educational background makes him well-versed in topics relating to energy, environmental ethics, and natural hazard mitigation. By combining his education and professional experiences, Mr. Ameko will be a major asset to the team at CCMC. He has lead sustainable development and mineral exploration projects across many regions of Africa. He co-founded the energy news service, Enercast, and after his climate research work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, he founded a mesoscale weather forecasting firm.
Eyram Hevi Mr. Hevi co-founded a UK-based Junior Mining Company and has lead sustainable development and exploration projects across Africa including regions like Ghana, DR Congo, Liberia, and Guinea. He previously worked for a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) in Ghana (AED/USAID - Ghana Sustainable Change Project). He studied Health Administration at Nkrumah University of Science & Technology and later attended the International School of Protocol & Diplomacy in Brussels.
John Cofie-Agama A retired civil servant, Mr. Cofie-Agama has over thirty four (34) years of professional experience in the fields of local government, planning, rural development, management training, institutional and organizational development, public policy analysis, public finance, population studies, and project management. As the Director, Fiscal Decentralization Secretariat at the Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development (MLGRD), he worked to develop guidelines for MMDAs, ensuring appropriate protection and prudent management of public funds. Mr. Agama plays a key role within this project by leveraging his experience in managing land issues, stakeholder engagement, and development planning at the local level and will lead CCMC’s local government and stakeholder engagement efforts.
SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source. Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand. A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS
James Darden Director
Agbeli Ameko Director
Eyram Hevi Director
John Cofie-Agama Senior Advisor
James Darden Mr. Darden is a native of North Carolina whom comes from a long lineage of humanitarians and environmentalists. They have committed their lives to the betterment of humanity and he is determined to continue his family's legacy while also pursuing his passion. Prior to joining the CCMC team, he attended both North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado. In the past he has worked as a therapist for the Harm Reduction Therapy Institute and also has extensive experience in the sales and marketing fields at Renewable Choice Energy.
Agbeli Ameko Mr. Ameko attended the Albuquerque Academy and the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied business and geoscience. His educational background makes him well-versed in topics relating to energy, environmental ethics, and natural hazard mitigation. By combining his education and professional experiences, Mr. Ameko will be a major asset to the team at CCMC. He has lead sustainable development and mineral exploration projects across many regions of Africa. He co-founded the energy news service, Enercast, and after his climate research work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, he founded a mesoscale weather forecasting firm.
Eyram Hevi Mr. Hevi co-founded a UK-based Junior Mining Company and has lead sustainable development and exploration projects across Africa including regions like Ghana, DR Congo, Liberia, and Guinea. He previously worked for a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) in Ghana (AED/USAID - Ghana Sustainable Change Project). He studied Health Administration at Nkrumah University of Science & Technology and later attended the International School of Protocol & Diplomacy in Brussels.
John Cofie-Agama A retired civil servant, Mr. Cofie-Agama has over thirty four (34) years of professional experience in the fields of local government, planning, rural development, management training, institutional and organizational development, public policy analysis, public finance, population studies, and project management. As the Director, Fiscal Decentralization Secretariat at the Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development (MLGRD), he worked to develop guidelines for MMDAs, ensuring appropriate protection and prudent management of public funds. Mr. Agama plays a key role within this project by leveraging his experience in managing land issues, stakeholder engagement, and development planning at the local level and will lead CCMC’s local government and stakeholder engagement efforts.
SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source. Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand.
A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS
SOLAR PARK Sustainable Energy Powering Sustainable Growth
Across sub-Saharan Africa, energy resources are in short supply and even higher demand. As the power crisis in Ghana reaches a historic high, the need for energy continues to increase. Community leaders and government officials are ready to invest in longterm solutions to ensure that all Ghanaians have access to a reliable and affordable energy source.
A significant addition to the CCMC development project is the construction of a state-of-the-art renewable power plant. This brand new solar park will give Ghana the energy it needs to regain traction as it strives to provide a better quality of life for it's people.
  • PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
    The Ghanaian power crisis is a result of a strong boost in economic growth, demographics, and industrialization. The Government of Ghana has given priority to filling this gap of supply with renewable and sustainable energy by passing Renewable Energy Act 832. The CCMC Solar Park will alleviate the power shortage demand on Electric Company of Ghana (ECG) and GridCo interconnections. Our goal is to produce power at the lowest per kilowatt cost as possible to commercial and individual consumers.
  • COLLABORATING PARTNERS
    Under the direction of Cape Coast Marina City Limited, the local content strategy takes center stage with Ghanaian services company, Thermal Energy Services. By employing talent from the local community as well as working alongside our global partners, the CCMC Solar Park will utilize the field’s leading experts during all stages of the project. Others involved in the construction operations and maintenance aspects of the project will be leading storage capacity manufacturers and the largest manufacturer of solar panels.
  • SERVICE LOCATIONS
    The power collected by the CCMC Solar Park has the ability to be linked into any interconnection, including GridCo and ECG. This allows us to not only supply the country of Ghana but also to various locations spanning across the entire sub-region of West Africa. The West African Power Pool interconnection provides services to fourteen (14) different countries across West Africa. By allowing the modernizing populace to gain access to the resources that the CCMC Solar Park provides, we can help ensure regional success.
  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    With only a few solar parks of this scale existing in the West African region and increasing demand, the untapped resource of renewable energy in Ghana is paramount. This market opportunity has been reported internationally due to the long term need to combat a supply and demand imbalance; credit-worthy industrial off-takers from miners, manufacturers and utilities; the potential to export power to regional clients also suffering from a supply crunch; and a renewable energy law that provides ample investment incentives.
PROJECT DIRECTORS