The Chief Executive of Private Enterprises Federation, Nana Osei-Bonsu has called for more investments in renewable energy since its residue will aid firms in the agriculture sector to compete in the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
According to him, leftover from non-conventional use of renewable energy can be used as compost to boost agricultural production.
Speaking at the Private Sector Climate Change Investment Forum, Mr. Osei-Bonsu said “as companies seek to expand operations through industrialisation, they require more reliable and sustainable power at competitive pricing. The way to go is the use of nonconventional renewable energy such as biomass, solar energy, wind energy and others. These sources of energy are cheaper, environmentally friendly, sustainable and supportive of green climate initiative.” Read More.