MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde Reflects on her Visit to Accra, Ghana

On the fourth and final stop of the MCC Powering Africa trip, MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde spoke with small business owners in Accra – Ghana’s capital and largest city – about the increasing cost of doing business without access to reliable, affordable power.

Through its $498 million Ghana Power Compact, MCC supports the Government of Ghana’s goal of increasing energy access and reliability while attracting private-sector investment. Private-sector participation alongside targeted infrastructure investments and power sector reforms will help deliver more reliable and affordable power to Ghana’s businesses and households.

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  • Ghana Power Compact

    MCC's $498 million Ghana Power Compact will fight poverty by transforming the country's energy sector. The compact is the largest U.S. Government transaction under Power Africa and is expected to stimulate billions of dollars in private energy investment.