Hybrid Waste-to-Energy and PV Solar Power Project:

Our flagship project combines waste-to-energy and solar power generation technologies, making optimal use of resources for energy production.

Kwamoka Energy is currently in the process of developing around 8MW bio-energy and 6 MW solar power plant.

Project Site: No 002 Nana Kwadwo Fordjour Street

Oti light Industrial area, Kumasi
Digital Address: AK-862-7427

Kwamoka Energy has secured  14.17 acres of land at the Oti light industrial area near Sokoban Wood Village in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. This site is strategically located close to the Sokoban wood village that will deliver the bulk of the wood-waste raw material supply.


Sokoban wood village produces over 150 tonnes of wood waste per day. This excludes that of larger wood processing companies in the vicinity.The  power plant will be using wood and agricultural residues .

The Electricity Company of Ghana’s substation is about 2.5 kilometers by road or 400meters aerial from the project site; hence the cost of connection to the national grid will be reduced.

Kwamoka is committed to focus on the environment and sustainability in our operations.


The facility is planned to fire on different types of bio- waste, to ensure that wide variety of Biomass available in sufficient quantities to consistently run the plant. The plant is planned to run on 270 tons of bio-waste per day. Additional waste will be sourced from surrounding industrial wood processing concerns to complement that generated at the Sokoban Wood Village.
Ghana has huge proven quantities of Biomass that is currently of minimal use. The company is working on exploring the potential of other agricultural waste like, coconut husks, cocoa pod husks, forest residue, rice husk to expand their initial source of fuel supply.

Benefits of the project
1. Kwamoka Energy shares the global concern about climate change and our planet. With this issue at the forefront of our concerns, significant steps to manage greenhouse gas emissions have been put into place. We are committed to producing energy in the most environmentally and economically sustainable manner, by evaluating and adapting our processes to reduce emissions and waste, conserve energy and natural resources and reduce the potential for environmental impacts from our activities and operations]. The controlled combustion process will help combat the Environmental and health hazards due to excess unutilized waste and also help mitigate climate change.
2. Beyond the environmental and energy benefits, the project right from its implementation to commissioning and beyond will stimulate a micro economy and contribute to the socio-economic development of the community and the region as a whole.
3. As part of an agreed technical partnership with the Energy Centre of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, the project will facilitate [practical research work by students, strengthen faculty, curricula and student development as a whole. This partnership is very paramount to us because we believe that educating these students benefits not just them and the university but the company as a whole, since tomorrow’s KEGL’s engineers and technicians are today’s students.]
4. The proposed project being a hybrid project will ensure 100 percent of clean energy supplied to our potential customers.
Project Milestones
The project is at an advanced stage and currently the following milestones have been attained.
The project is well underway, with land acquisition and a power purchase agreement signed with Electricity Company of Ghana including almost all the relevant permits required to reach financial close.

Kwamoka is open to exploring partnership opportunities with co- developers that can provide technical know-how as well as additional financial resources.