• Accra Ghana

About Us


Our Vision

To provide clean, affordable energy from renewable sources to homes & SMEs across Ghana and other global communities using sustainable practices- thereby contributing to improving the livelihood of consumers and protecting the environment for future generations.

Meet Our Team

Emmanuel Asaam

Founder & Team Lead

Emmanuel holds a BSc. Business Administration from Ashesi University, and has experience in project and supply chain management, having worked with companies such as Vivo Energy (Shell) Ghana Limited, Scangroup Ghana and PayInc Group. Inspired by his passion for positive change and social issues, and a concern for environmental sustainability, with his entrepreneurial drive from a young age, Emmanuel started Gamma Energie in 2015.

Edmund Dugbaza

Finance Officer

Edmund has over four years experience in Operational Finance, and has worked for two reputable multinational financial institutions in Ghana. He holds a BSc. Business Administration – Finance Stream, from Ashesi University. His areas of expertise also include data analysis and strategy, performance management, regulatory assessment and financial control & reporting.

Akwasi Adu-Poku

Retail & Market Outreach Manager

Akwasi holds experience from the Insurance Industry, Oil & Gas Industry and now in the Renewable energies industry in Ghana. He has over four years experience in client acquisition, customer retention and relationship management. One of his driving passions is to ensure customer satisfaction, regardless of the circumstances as customers are the most prized assets. He holds a Bsc. Human Resources Management/Personal Administration from Central University College in Ghana.

Noguese (Ese) Awoniyi

Senior Business Analyst & Development

Ese is a Brand Marketer, Strategist and an Entrepreneur. She gets excited about working on ideas from conception to fruition and welcomes challenging tasks. Ese has Bachelors degree in International Marketing from Baruch College, City University of New York and an MBA in General Management from Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. She has worked at large companies like Popular Bank, Morgan Stanley, Diageo North America (maker’s of Guinness, Ciroc, Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker). She also has start-up experience from working on small businesses like Green Sprout NG, Allen & Fifth and St Nic’s Brewing Co. Her approach to marketing is informed by consumer needs AND the unique proposition of the business.

Board of Advisors

Dr. Sena Agbodjah

Dr. Sena Agbodjah is a senior lecturer at Ashesi University, and also serves as the Head of the Business Administration Department. She teaches in the areas of entrepreneurship and project management, and holds a BSc. and PhD in Building Technology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and am a Project Management Professional (PMP). Her primary research and project interest areas are in urban and rural enterprise development; African-centered early childhood education curriculum development; designing and co-developing active entrepreneurship ecosystems within higher educational institutions, supporting start-up universities in developing curriculum development and academic affairs structuring; telling the African story with a focus on African youth and women, and eco-village building as a community development approach.

Simon Turner

Simon is a Social Entrepreneur, who is currently the Director of Silicon Valley’s Founders Institute – Accra Chapter. He previously was the Country Director for Challenges Group Ghana (Challengers Worldwide). Simon also play a role as a Consultant for the African Health Innovation Centre, here in Ghana. He seeks to empower both SMEs and the people who start, run and work in the SMEs to ensure they all develop and grow with the right level of support. As such he currently features as a Judge on TVs McDan Entrepreneurship Challenge. Simon is a Veteran of the Australian Air Force, as well a Mentor, to a number of budding Entrepreneurs in the African entrepreneurship ecosystem. He is always on the look out for innovative and sustainable solutions to pressing socio-economic challenges.

Sarah-Jane Danchie

Sarah-Jane is the Country Director for The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC) – Ghana Office. Leading TSIC's Ghana country program, she is also the Associate Director for Africa, supporting the Managing Director to establish TSIC's work in Africa and TSIC’s global agenda on diversity and inclusion. Sarah has around 15 years of experience on sustainable development issues working at the international, regional and community level with several clients such as governments, international companies and international philanthropic organizations. An overview of her skills and experience includes policy analysis, strategy design, business and industry environment analysis and impact measurement. She began her career working with the Commonwealth, working on member countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Pacific, Americas and especially small and vulnerable economies in the Caribbean. She researched on various issues such as challenges of emerging economies in the international trade arena, climate change, urban development and international debt. She has also worked with the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET), a pan African economic policy institution based in Ghana. There, she managed ACET's Extractives program which focused on research and advisory on improving local and socio-economic impacts of mining, oil and gas projects in a range of African countries. She also managed research and advisory projects with a focus on SME development in China-Africa investments, infrastructure, agriculture, international trade, national planning and public financial management. Sarah supports initiatives which promote girls and women in STEM education and related careers. She also has a passion for youth and gender empowerment programs and facilitating the transition from school to work.

Joshua Amponsem

Josh is an environmental and climate activist, and the founder of Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO), a gender-balanced, youth-led organization which serves as a capacity building and advocacy anchor in environmental sustainability in Ghana. His work aims to enhance the meaningful inclusion of youth and children in local and global development processes. He is the lead author of the first-ever background paper on youth and climate change adaptation, developed for the Global Commission on Adaptation to provide a pathway for youth engagement in global adaptation efforts. Enrolled in the MSc Environmental Risks and Human Security at the United Nations University in Bonn-Germany, Joshua focuses on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Vulnerability Reduction (Resilience Building) for young people. Through this experience, he is currently leading GAYO to implement DRR and CCA projects in Ghana while supporting the establishment of the Africa circular-economy network in Ghana - with the aim of implementing circular-economy principles for waste management and agriculture in rural and peri-urban communities. Prior to this, he served as Business Development Manager and lead environmental consultant for Challenges Group Ghana, where he supported the delivery of business growth services to an enterprise portfolio of over 100 enterprises within the green and agricultural sector in Ghana. For 2 years he was a UNEP Tunza Ambassador for Africa and mentored over 50 young people to implement green initiatives globally. In 2016, he was named World Climate Ambassador by Climate Interactive. Josh supports governments and private-sector entities to better integrate the voices of youth into their climate and sustainability commitments. He takes inspiration from the diversity of life forms on land and under water, and continuously work towards inclusiveness and oneness of life. He is part of diverse local and international networks working toward a cleaner and better environment for the future.

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