Wen-Neon Company Ltd.
Ms. Grace Abachie holds a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Degree in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and a Bachelor of Arts Degree Integrated Development Studies in (Economics and Entrepreneurship Development Option) from the University for Development Studies. Ms. Grace Abachie has a special interest in research where she is interested in researching pertinent issues affecting the world in contemporary times. This motivated her to write her thesis on: The Effects of Climate Variability on Electricity Consumption in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Wen-Neon Company Ltd. is a biofuel company that converts biowaste into alternative source of cooking fuel called Biomass Briquettes located in Fumbisi, Upper East Region. It provides rural folks with access to sustainable and economically viable alternative source of cooking fuel. This improves sanitation, reduces methane emissions from landfills, refuse dams hence abate greenhouse gas emissions and reduce deforestation through the substitution of traditional fuels such as firewood and charcoal with an efficient alternative – Biomass Briquettes. In the long run, Wen-Neon envisages scaling its scope up to serve the entire country and to export internationally.