Power transmission company, GRIDCo, has assured the general public that the relocation of 470MW Karpower Barge currently in Tema to Secondi, in the Western part of the country, will not have adverse impact on electricity supply to consumers.

According to GRIDCo, there is adequate generation capacity to meet power demand during the period that the barge would be temporarily disconnected from the national grid.

“GRIDCo will keep stakeholders updated on the power supply situation as and when it is necessary,” a statement issued by the public relations department of GRIDCo said.

By:Michael Creg Afful

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