It has not been much time when several households in Ghana experienced a power-cut in the month of January. It was termed as the case of power system disturbance. It is not the first time that Ghana suffered a power outage, and surely it will not be the last.
Like most of the African countries in this world, Ghana is still in the developmental phase, and power outages are a common phenomenon. To deal with these power outages in the country, the demand for diesel gensets is on the rise, and it will reach a value of USD 67,032.6 million by the end of this decade.
It may spring a surprise to many people that despite being a conventional fuel for generators, it is still very popular in developing countries, such as Ghana
Diesel gensets are relatively well-built, rugged, and are sturdy enough to be ready for fulfilling the demand for the same as a source of backup power.
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Versatility is Fine with Gensets
Diesel generators are not only durable, but also versatile. These commercial generators can be used in different industries and various applications that allow a diesel genset to truly become a main power source whether installed on-site or used as a movable unit to power off-grid projects.
This allows diesel gensets to deliver power in most places that are off the key power grid, but a key power source is needed to power key equipment and tools.
It is because of the increasing incidences of power outages in Ghana, and diesel being a conventional fuel is readily available even in a developing country like Ghana, the demand for diesel gensets will be on the rise in the years to come.