Several African countries have experienced an energy crisis for many years, and Ghana is one of them. This situation has definitely affected the country’s economy.
There are continuous long-term power outages, something that greatly hinders the normal operations of companies.
Job reductions, as well as increased business production costs, are the immediate consequences of the energy problem the country is undergoing as a result of several simultaneous conditions. The source of this problem is partly the limited availability of resources to supply thermal plants, along with the power plants and electricity transmission grid’s poor infrastructure.
In order to mitigate the impact of power supply failures, many local companies have chosen to start using gensets at their facilities, ensuring an uninterrupted power supply for their productive activity.
A fleet of gensets has recently arrived to the facilities of Johna Marby LTD, our distributor.
Some of the companies that have Johna Marby LTD as their main supplier are the Sahel-Sahara Bank, the Capital Bank, as well as PAK MICRO FINANCE COMPANY LTD, one of Ghana’s leading microfinance companies. These financial institutions rely on INMESOL gensets at a critical time for the country’s economic situation.