Panel discussion with project developers: Power project experiences
Sam Brew-Butler (Cenpower Generation Company Limited), Jabesh Amissah-Arthur (Bui Power Authority), Nana Osafo Adjei (TAQA West Africa)

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About Sam Brew-Butler

Nana Sam Brew-Butler, graduated in Business Studies from the University of North London, England and studied for an MA (Management Science) from the University of Kent at Canterbury, England, earning a Post-Graduate Diploma. His varied working experience includes time spent with Civic Stores Limited, London as a Trainee Manager as well as Group Commercial Manager of Ghana Industrial Holding Corporation, following which he set up Reltub Company Limited, a business and project development group – of which he is Chairman and CEO. He is a shareholder and Resident Director of Arab Contractors, an international construction company and Director of Consolidated Power Projects Ghana. He was Chairman of the Ghana Football Association and served on CAF (Confederation of African Football) and FIFA (International Federation of Football Associations) in Africa and globally. He is currently the Executive Chairman of Cenpower Generation Company Limited.

About Jabesh Amissah-Arthur

Jabesh Amissah-Arthur is an energy expert with over 32 years of long and varied experience in utility operations, utility management, policy analysis, project management, power contracts & related negotiations for PPAs, GSAs, PSAs and JVs. Jabesh has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana and a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University, Cambridge, USA.

About Nana Osafo Adjei

Nana Osafo Adjei has been associated with the power industry for the past 18 years, the last 5 years of which has been in senior management capacity. He started with the Volta River Authority and was among the first contingent of employees deployed to commence the construction and commercial operations of Volta River Authority's Thermal Complex in Aboadze near Takoradi. He is the Domakwaahene of the Akwapem Traditional Area with the stool name, Nana Osafo Kantanka I.