Genser Energy is an energy solutions provider based in the USA with operations in West Africa. It specializes in providing custom engineered turn-key distributed generation installations and natural gas distribution infrastructure, selling power and natural gas to mines, industries and utilities. Genser Energy engages in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) as well as operation and maintenance (O&M) of its power generation plants. Each project is financed and owned by a country-level subsidiary in Africa.
Genser Energy is seeing a Sustainability Manager to drive social enterprise development projects. The ideal candidate will speak a local language (preferably Twi) as they will collaborate with and lead the Genser Energy Community Relations Team, who work directly in conjunction with the local chiefs and councils, and various official community liaisons.
Job Location: The position is based at Genser Energy Ghana Ltd (GEGL) Corporate Office in Tarkwa, Ghana
Genser Energy Inc. is an Independent Power Producer (IPP) with operations in West Africa,which specialises in providing custom engineered turn-key distributed generation energy solutions, for clients in the mining, manufacturing, and utilities industries. Genser also engages in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), alongside the operation and maintenance (O&M) of its power generation plants, and sells electricity and/or steam to its clients. Each project is financed and owned by a country-level subsidiary in Africa.
Over the last eleven years, Genser Energy Holdings Inc., through its subsidiary, Genser Energy Ghana Limited, has completed and commissioned five distributed generation plants in Ghana, with a total output of 132MW - four of which are owned, operated and maintained by Genser. In addition to ownership of these distributed generation plants, Genser Energy Ghana has also developed their own fuel supply chain for the smooth running and operation of the various thermal plants. Genser Energy Ghana, currently owns two assets to facilitate the supply and storage of fuel for its generation plants, namely; the GP Tarkoradi Terminal and the GP Kojokrom (Eshiem) Facility. Genser’s current operations in Ghana reflect their firm commitment to increasing the generation capacity of the country.
Genser’s unique approach in delivering energy solutions emphasises the team’s ability to expressly design, maintain and efficiently operate generation facilities, tailored to their clients needs and requirements. Genser is committed to providing sustainable and cost-effective energy solutions to numerous sectors across Africa and is exploring projects in Gabon and Mauritania.