Endeavor Energy donates GHS350,000 to COVID-19 Relief Fund
Endeavor Energy, a leading independent power company focused on developing, acquiring, financing, constructing, owning, and operating power generation projects in Africa has donated GHS350,000 to the National COVID-19 Trust Fund.
“We are grateful for to the opportunity to help drive Ghana’s economic growth, create jobs, and secure its social system,” a statement from the company said.
The company made the donation at a short ceremony at the Jubilee house on 11th June .
Endeavor’s Chief Executive Officer, Sean Long commended Ghana’s leadership saying, “Since the first case of COVID was reported in Ghana, we have seen rapid intervention by the government.”
In addition, GHS150,000 worth of donations were made to institutions and communities where the company’s power plants are located.
Early Power donation
On May 26th, 2020 Early Power, a subsidiary of Endeavor, donated twenty standings fans to the Ga East Municipal Hospital whose central air-conditioning had failed, rendering a ward obsolete due to the poor ventilation.
The donation of fans allowed the hospital to reopen the ward and reintroduce twenty needed beds into circulation.
In addition, Early Power and Twin City Energy have donated over a thousand PPEs to communities in the Greater Accra region and Western region.
The items include N95 nose masks, hundreds of veronica buckets to facilitate hand washing, hand sanitizers, face shields, and medicine, to the Kpone Katamanso community in Greater Accra and the Aboadze, Abuesi, Dwomo, and Inchaban communities in the Western Region.
These donations have been distributed across the Kpone District Headquarters Police Station, Kpone Health Clinic, and Save Them Young Orphanage.
The rest are Aboadze, Abuesi, Inchaban, Upper Inchaban and Dwomo Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds, the Shama District Health Office and directly to members of these communities.
About Endeavor Energy
Endeavor will have catalysed more than $1.6 billion of investment, nearly 700MW in three power generation projects under construction with another $4.4 billion of power generation projects under development.
Since 2013, Endeavor Energy has focused its extensive experience in Ghana, developing two integrated fuel-to-power projects, including LPG-to-power projects.
Endeavor is the majority owner of two major power projects in Ghana: Twin City Energy (formerly known as Amandi) located in Aboadze, Western Region and Early Power Ltd.’s Ghana Bridge Power Project, in Tema, Greater Accra Region.