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The country has invested heavily in green energy through solar home systems, irrigation pumps, and mini-grids.

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Countries need to accelerate progress on access to electricity, clean cooking, renewables and energy efficiency.

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In the towns around the Volta River, 10,000 Ghanaians now enjoy uninterrupted power thanks to mini-grids.

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