Ghana’s Cancer Death Toll on the Rise – GAEC

A Senior Research Scientist at the Radiological and Medical Sciences Research Institute (RAMSRI) of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) has disclosed that the death toll associated with Cancers in Ghana is on the rise due to inadequate information and improper management of these cancers. Dr. Francis Hasford disclosed this in a lecture delivered at […]

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Nuclear power to the rescue as traditional energy sources plateau

Bogged by projected declines in traditional energy sources, Ghana is now banking its hopes on nuclear power plants (NPP) to help keep the recent strong investments in generation steady to meet national consumption needs and turn on new factories. The growing appetite for nuclear power is to help avoid a repeat of a six decade […]

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Ghana goes nuclear; 2 Plants in six years

After more than five decades of back and forth movements on the production of energy from nuclear sources, Ghana is now inching closer to establishing two of its first nuclear power plants to augment national power supply from hydro, thermal and solar sources. The Ministry of Energy and the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), which […]

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