Two American citizens, Jessy Fijak and Lauran Bowe-Slagle, have installed a solar energy system valued at GH¢13,000 at the Akyem
Asene Roman Catholic Primary School near Oda in the Eastern Region to provide cheap but reliable power for the staff and pupils.
The system, comprising four solar panels, six batteries,
The panels are expected to last for 25 years and the batteries for about three years.
At a meeting with some traditional rulers at
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According to Ms Fijak, they got to know about
She said they also intended to construct a modern library at
Ms Fijak entreated the school authorities and traditional rulers in the area to protect the solar energy system to serve its intended purpose.
The Abakomahene of
He, however, appealed to them to link the people of
Also present at the event were the