Germany plans to support Ghana improve its energy crisis and develop the agriculture sector as its contribution to the development of the country.
Mr. John Rudiger, German Ambassador to Ghana, announced during a visit to the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
The visit by the German Ambassador to the Vice Chancellor of KNUST was schemed towards building new partnerships agreements focused on science and technology.
The Vice Chancellor of KNUST, Professor Otoo-Ellis applauded the unwavering support of the German government towards the training and development of many Ghanaians that has positively impacted the nation’s development.
One of such projects is the establishment of solar energy demonstration centers at the Accra Polytechnic to help students to understand solar energy productions.
Dr. Gabriel Tachie, Director of the Energy Centre at KNUST, revealed collaboration between the two nations to research biogas generation and solar energy.
He said, “One of such project was the West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adopted Land Use (WASCAL), a large-scale research-focused program funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.”
He finally noted the collaboration to open a biogas laboratory and waste plants in the country to support research and development.
Source: Ghana News Agency