Smart meter for solar system installed in villages nearby Ho

Solar smart meter

Here you can see the smart meter designed by our fantastic solar expert Julien. It allows us to monitor the performance of solar systems in rural communities. Another feature is that our beneficiaries can remotely top up their solar systems with credit for servicing fees, using cell phone mobile money....

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300 W Solar power installation in the unnelectrified village Adaklu Gaakukorpe

Solar installation in Adaklu Gaakukorpe on May 9, 2018

Today the Lady Volta Green Tech Academy installed a 300W solar system in Adaklu Gaakukorpe, an unelectrified village in Eastern Ghana. We and the users of the solar system are happy that it worked out well! The system has a 220Ah battery and supplies 220V to smaller electrical consumers like...

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New evening classes

Morning class 2018

The school is now offering morning classes and evening classes to target different student populations. The new evening classes are very attractive for students who have a regular job and the desire to obtain additional professional training in electricity that allows them to pass the Ghanaian Energy Commission examination. Currently...

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Start of a new course to prepare students for the Energy commission examination

Anita Dey

This year the Lady Volta Vocational Center comes yet another step closer to our vision by stepping up our competencies and by offering courses at a higher level. In January the school started a new course to prepare students for the Ghanaian Energy commission examination. Several of our previous students who...

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10 of our students took NVTI examinations in electricity


In 2017 our vocational center trained 10 students for different trade levels of the Ghanian National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) examination in electricity that took place in November/December 2017. Another 3 students have been prepared for the NVTI foundation and proficiency examinations in fashion design. We hope that our students...

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