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English Español Total Petroleum Ghana opens its fourth solar-powered station

As part of the new process to become environmentally friendly, the oil company has also installed solar kiosks at stations in Accra.

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Total Petroleum Ghana Limited has converted its service station at Korle Bu into a solar-powered one.

The Total Group is committed to a global solar programme is aiming to equip 5,000 service stations with photovoltaic solar panels around the world.

The project is fully aligned with Total’s ambition to become the responsible energy major and its commitment to developing solar power.

“Solar-powered stations represent Total’s commitment towards energizing communities and fostering sustainable development. It also illustrates the company’s dedication towards ensuring environmental sustainability, innovation, and premium customer service,” said the Managing Director of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited, Eric Fanchini.

In addition to the solar station, the company introduced solar kiosks to selected service stations in Accra in 2018 to provide customers with easy access to phone charging and WIFI connection.

Since 2015, Total Petroleum Ghana Limited has inaugurated three solar powered service stations.

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