Spurred by the power crises in the last decade, Ghana quickly ramped up production capacity and currently has excess capacity. But the added capacity came at a relatively high cost. The government's response has been to renegotiate some identified power-purchase agreements (PPAs) and encourage renewable sources of energy, notably solar.
Maame Ekua Yaakwae Asaam is an associate at Reindorf Chambers and is involved in the area of technology as well as dispute resolution through litigation or alternative methods.
Experience has included advising:
- As team member, a fintech company on the protection of its intellectual property rights
- As a team member, a food services company on opt-in requirements for online marketing
- As a team member, a textile company on the requirements for online sales
- As a team member, a multinational mining company representation in arbitration proceedings in Ghana
- As a team member, a multinational pharmaceutical company in on-going labor-related ligation
- As a team member, a multinational mining company in a number of ongoing employment-related ligation
- Enrolled on the Roll of Lawyers to practise as a Solicitor and called to the Ghana Bar (2018)
- Ghana School of Law, Qualifying Certificate (2018)
- Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, LL.B. (2016)
- Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, BSc in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics (2012)