Mounting system supplier Antaisolar has secured an order for a 50MW ground-mounted project in Ghana. The collaborative effort involves Ghana’s second-largest state power generation company, Bui Power Authority (BPA), and systems integrator FSG.
The project, located in Yendi, Ghana, is anticipated to generate 90 million kilowatt-hours of clean electricity annually, contributing to a reduction of over 90,000 tons of carbon emissions.
In the words of the Deputy Director of BPA’s New Energy Department, the choice of Antaisolar as the supplier for the project stems from their perceived brand reputation and strong performance in both local and international markets.
During the signing ceremony, Antaisolar’s CEO, Ms. Huang Liqin, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration, emphasizing the potential positive impact on Ghana’s renewable energy industry and local economy.
Ghana has been actively pursuing solar power initiatives, with plans to deploy around 150 GW of solar PV capacity by 2060 in line with its net-zero emissions goals.
Antaisolar reiterated its commitment to a global strategy tailored to local conditions and localized services, aiming to provide specialized support to customers in Ghana and the broader African region.
The successful signing of the 50 MW order to supply mounting systems in Ghana is a noteworthy development for Antaisolar, reflecting its ongoing expansion into the African market. It underscores the company’s international market recognition, supported by its brand strength and competitive product offerings.
As of the end of 2022, Antaisolar’s global cumulative shipments reached 25.4 GW.