June 22, 2024
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Ghana Hosts First Huawei Fusionsolar Summit

Huawei, a renowned global leader in digital, technological, and innovative solutions, held its inaugural Fusionsolar Channel Partner Summit in Accra, the capital of Ghana.

The summit held last week, marked another milestone in the tech giant’s series of similar events held across Africa, including Tanzania, Nigeria, and South Africa.

In his welcoming remarks, Mr. Tommy Liang, Managing Director of Huawei Ghana, emphasized the company’s commitment to addressing Ghana’s energy challenges through strategic partnerships.

Huawei aims to leverage its expertise and internationally recognized solar products to deliver efficient solutions tailored to the needs of Ghanaian consumers.

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David Brian, Director of Sub-Saharan Africa Digital Power for Smarter PV Development at Huawei, highlighted the key features of Huawei’s Fusionsolar products, emphasizing their focus on safety, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and high performance.

He encouraged Ghanaians to embrace these products as a reliable solution to the country’s inconsistent power supply.

Nick Lusson, Vice President of Huawei Digital Power for the Eastern African Region, underscored the growing attractiveness of solar energy as an alternative to traditional sources like diesel and the national grid.

He emphasized the decreasing cost of solar energy over the past five years, positioning it as a viable and convenient option for energy users across the spectrum.

The summit, according to Energy News Africa, attracted key players in Ghana’s solar industry and other stakeholders interested in exploring innovative energy solutions.

Recognizing outstanding partnerships, Verve Energy was honoured with the Gold Partnership certificate, while Soi Power received the Silver Partnership award, marking their contributions to advancing sustainable energy practices in Ghana.

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