About Us

Sunon Asogli Power (Ghana) Ltd.

Sunon Asogli Power (Ghana) Limited is jointly owned by Shenzhen Energy Group (60%) and the China Africa Development Fund (40%). It is the first successful Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Ghana. It is the first successful Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Ghana.

The company took up the challenge to set up a 560 MW combined-cycle natural gas power plant to mitigate the intermittent power shortage and load management which occasionally hit the country and to join in realising the vision of making Ghana the Energy hub of Africa.

The first phase with an installed capacity of 200MW was completed in 2010 and the second phase with an installed capacity of 360MW was commercialized in January 2017. Sunon Asogli Power plant is a modern high efficient, environmentally-friendly, natural gas fuel combine cycle power plant situated at Kpone, Ghana. The company puts efficiency and safety as its enterprise spirit.

Sunon Asogli Power continues to push for affordable electricity in Ghana.


Our Vision

Create a competitive international integrated energy enterprise.


Our Mission

To support government and institutions across Africa achieve energy security through reliable and eco-friendly power.

Our Culture

Corporate Culture determines the destiny of the enterprise. It is based on the corporate values, rooted in the enterprise organizations, systems and processes, affecting the ways of thinking and behaviors of the enterprise and its staff.

Our Team

We have a diverse team of experienced and highly trained engineers and support staff who are the backbone of the Company.

West Africa Development Unit

As pacesetters in Ghana’s energy space, in 2017, SEC established a project development and implementation unit called the West Africa Development unit (WADU). Its mandate is to lead prospect and undertake project development to add on to the installed clean and renewable energy generation capacity of SEC in Africa with West Africa as a priority under various commercial arrangements and partnerships such as IPPs and PPPs (BOT, BOO, etc.).

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