Genser Energy Ghana Limited, a leading energy solutions provider in Ghana has donated a Gas Turbine to the Takoradi Technical University to help provide hands on learning experience for students. The Gas Turbine which was received by the Faculty of Engineering of TTU is expected to provide students with a rear practical knowledge and skills to prepare them to face real-world challenges.

The over $1.2 million gas turbine package comprise of Gas Turbines Ancillary/Turbine Package, Generator, Reduction Gear Box, Air Inlet Filter System/Duct/Ventilator, Fuel Conditioning System, Lube oil Cooler system and a Hurst Boiler.

Speaking at the handing over ceremony, Vice President of Operations at Genser Energy Ghana Limited, Daniel Ayi, said Genser believe in the transformative power of education, hence its consistent recognition for the need to support educational institutions.

‘As a natural extension of this commitment, we continuously prioritize the training and development of local expertise’ he said.

He added that this kind of experiential learning was invaluable as it goes a long way to bridging the gap between theory and practice, creating a holistic educational environment that reflect the Genser Energy’s dedication to nurturing technical knowledge and fostering talent.

Vice Chancellor of Takoradi Technical University, Rev. Prof John Frank Eshun on his part expressed gratitude to Genser Energy Ghana Limited for the donation and took that opportunity to call on all industry players present to help train the teaming youth by forging partnerships and collaborations, donation of equipment and funds to improve teaching and learning as the government could not shoulder it all.

He was optimistic that students will rise to the occasion and use the donated equipment to push the boundaries of innovation and knowledge.

The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Prof. John Bentil whose faculty is the immediate beneficiary of the Genser donated Gas Turbine thanked Genser Energy Company Limited for their generosity and promised both TTU management and the company that the gas turbine would be managed and maintained very well for the use of present and future students.

Present at the ceremony were the Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Victor Kweku Bondzie Micah, the Registrar, Dr. Moses MacLean Abnory and the Director of Finance, Dr. Gabriel Sam Ahinful as well as other TTU management members.




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