Some past recipients of the Ghana Energy Awards

The Ghana Energy Awards (GEA) has released the full list of nominees for the 5th edition of the Awards.

The list comes after a three-month-long nominations window, and features major personalities and companies in Ghana’s oil and gas space, the power sector and the renewable industry, who will be contesting for the win in various categories of the 2021 GEA.

The 5th Anniversary Edition of the annual energy awards scheme is under the theme: “Digitalised Energy Sector: The Key for A Resilient Economic Future.” The event is to recognise excellence and innovation of players in the energy sector through awards and acknowledge their accomplishments in the public and private sector, as well as the non-governmental space.

GEA’21 has nineteen (19) competitive award categories for the power petroleum and renewable subsectors; including the most coveted Energy Personality of the Year, Chief Executive of the Year-Power and Petroleum, Innovation Project of the Year, Energy Company of the Year, Energy Institution of the Year, Brand of the Year, as well as Energy Reporter of the Year, among others.

This year’s event is exceptional as it is dedicated to acknowledging the efforts of organisations and individuals in the sector toward complementing government’s exertions in the area of digitalisation. As such, exclusive to this year’s awards are categories such as the Excellence in Digital Service Delivery, Digitalisation Project of the Year, Digital Leadership Impact Award, Outstanding Contribution to Digitalisation and Exceptional Digital Management Award.

Also featured are non-competitive honorary awards, including the Lifetime Achievement, bestowed upon individuals and organisations for outstanding long-term impacts in various areas of the energy sector value chain.

The Ghana Energy Awards is organised by the Energy Media Group in partnership with GP Business Consulting. It is endorsed by the Ministry of Energy, its allied agencies and the World Energy Council Ghana, with validation by Mazars Ghana.

Industry partners include the Volta River Authority, Bui Power Authority, Ghana Gas, Energy Commission, Meinergy Technology, Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors, Sunon Asogli Power, COPEC Ghana, Association of Oil Marketing Companies.

The 5th anniversary of the Awards comes off Friday November 19, 2021 at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra with strict adherence to all COVID-19 safety protocols.

 

 

 

Source: https://energynewsafrica.com

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here