• To improve the quality and reliability of power supply in Legon, Pokuase, Nsawam, Kwabenya, and its environs.
    Stable Power Supply
    Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP)
  • The Ministry is pursuing
    Aggressive basin promotion in the Central, Eastern, Outer Continental Shelf & Voltaian Basins to
    Attract companies to increase exploration activities
  • Has moved Ghana’s power supply situation from an interruptible power supply to a
    Stable Power Supply
    Within One Year, Government

Minister's Welcome Message

Welcome to our website! We hope our website will provide all the information you require about Ghana’s Energy Sector.

As the Ministry responsible for energy policy formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation as well as supervision and coordination of activities of Ghana’s Energy Sector Agencies, we're committed in working together to realise our mission - “keep the lights on, keep transportation moving”. We welcome your feedbacks for an interactive and useful website.  Thank you


Hon. Matthew Opoku Prempeh

Energy Minister Pitches Strongly for Ghana in Barcelona

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National Energy Transition
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  • Congratulations to the hardworking Mrs. Wilhelmina Asamoah on her confirmation as Chief Director of the Ministry of Energy.

     The Ministry of Energy's Main Conference room witnessed moments of

deep emotions and ultimate joy when Management of the Ministry under

the auspices of Energy Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh pulled a

surprise event to celebrate newly confirmed Chief Director of the Ministry, Mrs. Wilhelmina Asamoah.




Ghana’s power supply sources are from hydroelectricity, thermal fueled by crude oil, natural gas and diesel, solar and also imports from La Cote D’Ivoire. Ghana also exports power to Togo, Benin and Burkina Faso. Ongoing grid expansions would allow further exports to other neighboring countries in the sub region.



The petroleum industry is typically categorized into three segments; Upstream, Midstream and Downstream. For the purposes of regulation in Ghana, the industry is divided into Upstream and downstream subsectors which cover activities from the exploration and production of petroleum through refining, storage, transportation, to the marketing of petroleum products.

Energy Conservation Compaign

EF-GIZ Public Education Campaign

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Aker Energy submits Plan of Development (PoD) in respect of their Pecan Field prospects

Aker Energy submits Plan of Development (PoD)

2023 Energy Sector Work Programme Retreat

Energy Minister Leads 2023 Energy Sector Work Programme Retreat

Ministry of Energy Holds Send-Off Ceremony for Hon. Dr. Amin Adam


Delivering Reliable and Affordable Power
Delivering Reliable and Affordable Power
Ghana 1st Oil and Gas License Round
Ghana 1st Oil and Gas License Round

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