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By Rebecca Stadlen Amir - January 8, 2018

Originally appeared here in Israel21c

Israel’s Yam Pro Energy  signed a partnership with Indian business conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji (SP) Group to begin production on the world’s first commercial-scale wave energy power station in Ghana.

The $180 million station, located along the coastline near the capital city of Accra, will be designed to generate up to 150 megawatts.

“We are very excited today reaching such a substantial milestone as one of the largest EPC [engineering, procurement, construction] companies in the world is giving confidence in our technology and company and are willing to start a cooperation in Ghana,” Yam Pro’s joint CEOs, Zeev Peretz and Laser Rothshtein, said in a statement. “We are hoping this will be a start of a global cooperation with SP that we can together revolutionize the energy market around the world.” Read More