Ghana launches $550 Billion Energy Transition and Investment Plan for achieving Net-zero, creating 400,000 jobs by 2060

President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana has unveiled the country’s roadmap for green growth and decarbonization. The Energy Transition and Investment Plan aims for net-zero energy-related carbon emissions by 2060, with low-carbon solutions in key sectors. The plan seeks international support, offering a USD 550 billion opportunity and the creation of 400,000 jobs. Ghana’s ambition has increased, targeting net-zero emissions by 2060 instead of 2070. The plan includes renewables, low-carbon hydrogen, electric vehicles, and clean cookstoves. Developed with assistance from SEforALL, it demonstrates Ghana’s commitment to balancing climate action with economic development.



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