Posts tagged as Karadeniz

Powerships provide critical power to Ghana

  Karadeniz Powership Ayşegül Sultan set sail for the Republic of Ghana from the Tuzla Sedef dockyard in Turkey on 27 October 2015. The powership will supply 235 MW of power to Ghana’s electricity infrastructure, helping to provide power to hospitals, schools, factories and homes. This is the first of two powerships with a total […]

Power ships: a real solution to South Africa’s short-term energy needs

  A set of cost-effective privately owned and operated floating power stations, moored at a number of South African harbours, would provide much needed electricity to the country and would remove the need for most of the loadshedding currently being experienced. These floating power stations are known as power ships (Fig. 1).     Having […]