October 15, 2021

The awarding ceremony of the WFEO GREE Women in Engineering Award 2020

The World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), the peak international body for engineering institutions, is proud to promote diversity, inclusion, and gender equality in engineering. The WFEO GREE Women in Engineering Award, was first announced during WFEO’s 50th Anniversary celebration at UNESCO headquarters in Paris in March 2018, with its sponsor GREE Electric Appliances. This is the first global Award to acknowledge and give visibility to outstanding women engineers, for their professional excellence and contribution to engineering for the good of people and planet. The WFEO GREE Women in Engineering Award is awarded every year.
October 15, 2021

Women Champions in the Energy Sector

This portrait is part of the West Africa Energy Program and Women in Energy (WIE)- Ghana’s series on women champions in the energy sector, featuring women who have overcome barriers, defied stereotypes, and succeeded in their chosen professions. “Women in the sector must actively participate in creating the spaces that maximize their contributions.” Co-founder of Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) Harriette Amissah Arthur shares her journey from childhood math enthusiast to facilitating the financial close of the first project financed independent power plant in Ghana. Raised in Accra by a single mother, the youngest and only girl among four siblings, Harriette (Dartey) Amissah-Arthur learned the value of determination and perseverance early in life. School work and household chores left her with little time for hobbies and extracurricular activities. In school, Harriette developed a deep love for mathematics from a young age because she loved the logic and its application.
October 12, 2021

Using digitalisation to address West Africa power grid challenges

Canadian digital sensor company Awesense has teamed up with Ghanaian engineering firm Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) to address power grid challenges in Ghana and Sierra Leone. The two companies teamed up to conduct a joint grid modernisation project with the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to optimise critical industrial operational areas in Accra and Team. These are the two most densely populated areas in Ghana. Andrew Yagűe, Awesense strategic alliance and business development manager, said their investigative focus was on revenue protection in ECG’s highest consuming industrial areas.
October 12, 2021

Tech Firm in North America Helping West African Countries Improve Power Grid

Awesense, the organization transforming how utilities and industrials virtualize and decarbonize their systems, has teamed up with Ghanaian engineering firm, Arthur Energy Advisors to address power grid challenges in Ghana and Sierra Leone. Awesense was founded over a decade ago with the goal to decarbonize, decentralize, and digitalize the world’s energy system. The company has built a powerful Data Engine that ingests, validates, corrects, synchronizes and stitches together all energy and geospatial data into an Open Energy Data Model, and a Digital Energy Platform that energy providers use to access applications to leverage their systems data.
October 12, 2021

Women in Engineering congratulate Harriette Amissah-Arthur

Women in Engineering Ghana (WinE) has extended congratulatory messages to Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur, for being adjudged the best woman in Energy Excellence at the Forth Ghana Energy Award ceremony held in Accra on October 31, 2020. In a congratulatory message signed by the President of WinE, Ing. Dr. Enyonam Kpekpena, she said Women in Engineering Ghana are proud to have it current Chair of the Council, the founder and first President, Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur, honoured with the Woman in Energy Excellence award. Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur is the Executive Partner and co-founder of Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA), with over 30 years of energy sector experience in public, private and development sectors.
October 12, 2021

Women in Engineering Congratulates Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur

Women in Engineering Ghana (WinE) extends its congratulatory message to Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur, for being adjudged the best woman in Energy Excellence at the Forth Ghana Energy Award ceremony held in Accra on October 31, 2020. In a congratulatory message signed by the President of WinE, Ing. Dr.EnyonamKpekpena, the Women in Engineering (WinE) Ghana said, they are proud to have the current Chair of the Council of WinE, Ghana, the founder and first President of WinE, Ing. Harreitte Amissah-Arthur, being honored with the Woman in Energy Excellence award.
October 12, 2021

WinE congratulates Harriette Amissah-Arthur

Women in Engineering Ghana (WinE) has congratulated Ing. Harriette Amissah-Arthur, for being adjudged the best woman in Energy Excellence at the Forth Ghana Energy Award ceremony. In a congratulatory message signed by the President of WinE, Ing. Dr. Enyonam Kpekpena, the Women in Engineering (WinE) Ghana said, they are proud to have the current Chair of the Council of WinE, Ghana, the founder and first President of WinE, Ing.  Amissah-Arthur, being honored with the Woman in Energy Excellence award.
October 12, 2021

Arthur Energy Advisors wins best Energy Consultancy Company of the Year

Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) has been adjudged the Energy Consultancy Service Company of the year at the 2018 Ghana Energy Awards held in Accra over the weekend. […]
October 12, 2021

Arthur Energy Advisors Adjudged Energy Consultancy Company of the Year

Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) has been adjudged the Energy Consultancy Service Company of the year at the 2018 Ghana Energy Awards held in Accra. The company […]
October 12, 2021

Leading Consultants for Ghana’s Energy Sector: Arthur Energy Advisors

Interview with Harriette Amissah-Arthur, Executive Partner at Arthur Energy Advisors Why did you move away from the VRA into the consultancy sector? Do you have any […]