Prosper is a practicing Energy Engineering, Policy, Regulatory and Communication Professional. Since joining Ghana’s energy sector in 2012, he has been instrumental in a number of
developments in the sector. He was part of the team that developed the Concept and Implementation Framework for Ghana’s National Rooftop Solar Program, currently being implemented.
He was a member of the team (where he served as a member of the Technical Committee and Chair of the Media and Publicity Committee) that organised Ghana’s First, Second, and Third
Renewable Energy Fairs in 2015, 2016 and 2017, respectively. He also served on the National Risk Management Team for the implementation of the Paperless System at Ghana’s Ports to
increase compliance with standards and regulations, and facilitate trade in West Africa.
Leveraging on his technical knowledge and communication skills, Prosper, in recent years, has been a resource person on VOA and a number of local TV and Radio stations in Ghana,
where he speaks on national energy policies and initiatives. He has also been a speaker at a number of internal and local conferences. Prosper has consulted for the Global Alliance
for Clean Cookstoves and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on sustainable energy and green economy issues. He is currently the National President of the World Energy
Council’s Future Energy Leaders, Ghana (FEL–Ghana).
In September 2017, Prosper was adjourned the highest achiever in Ghana’s energy sector under the age of 40, at Ghana’s maiden 40 Under Forty Awards Ceremony. In the same year, he was a finalist for the Rising Star Award at the maiden Ghana Energy Awards. In 2016, he was awarded the Mandela Washington Fellowship Award by President Barack Obama. In the same year, Prosper was a finalist for the Future Energy Leader Award in West Africa, at the West African Power Industry Awards ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria.