The Executive Partner at Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) Harriette Amissah-Arthur has been adjudged the Energy Personality of the Year – Female, at the 2022 Ghana Energy Awards (GEA).

The award ceremony held in Accra celebrated the achievement of Mrs Amissah-Arthur for her contribution to the energy sector in the year 2022.

The 2022 edition of the prestigious Ghana Energy Awards honoured 31 individuals and institutions in Ghana’s energy industry for their sterling contributions to the growth of the sector.

Under the theme: ‘Global Decarbonisation: A Just and Equitable Energy Transition in Ghana,’ the 6th GEA was graced by the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia; Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, a Deputy Minister of Energy; the Australian and Turkish Ambassadors, and several members of the diplomatic community.

Ms Amissah-Arthur is a co-founder of Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA) with over 30 years of energy sector experience in the public, private, and development sectors.

Her expertise includes project conceptualisation and development, technical and organizational troubleshooting and redress, energy enterprise and rural energy development, and power system operations. 

For nearly 20 years, Ms Amissah-Arthur worked in various strategic and senior positions within the generation, transmission, and design functions of the Volta River Authority (VRA).

She served as the systems maintenance engineer for both the generation and transmission departments for several years. 

After that, Ing. Amissah-Arthur worked at the Kumasi Institute of Technology, Energy and Environment (KITE) in 2001 as the senior projects manager in charge of the United Nations-funded African Renewable Energy Enterprise Development (AREED) program.

Under her leadership, 14 energy businesses were successfully established.

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