The narrative that the world will be able to quickly and effectively move away from fossil fuels has been majorly undermined this year.
The global transition to green energy will need the help of fossil fuels to meet soaring energy demand.
The news comes as Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo said that the nation’s oil wealth poses a risk, and that diversifying the fastest growing economy in the world would be critical.
A Deputy Minister of Energy, Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, has said the government will continue to explore comprehensive and viable options to cater for the Ghana’s transition from fossil fuels to renewables.
The world needs to rapidly accelerate its transition away from coal and other fossil fuels to avoid extreme climate change
The Deputy Minister of Energy, Hon. William Owuraku Aidoo has called on Ghanaians to explore innovative ways through which the country can transition from the use of fossil fuel without stifling economic growth.
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