So Energy Ghana, a Sahara Group company, has unveiled another retail station in just over a month in Kasoa as the company continues to redefine service delivery in sector across Ghana.
Located in the central region of Ghana, the So Energy Kasoa is the tenth addition to the company’s portfolio in Ghana, confirming So Energy’s commitment to giving consumers in Ghana access to quality petroleum products. The station will provide services to the areas of Kasoa, Amasaman, Pokuase and its environs.
The National Chief Imam of Ghana, His Eminence, Sheikh Osman Sharubutu, attended the ceremony alongside So Energy management to officially commission the station.
The Managing Director, So Energy Ghana, Mrs. Yvette Selormey said the company remained resolute in its commitment to providing clean energy at affordable prices. She also expressed her gratitude to the drivers and community for patronizing the station, adding that So Energy “will continue to give all customers the best possible ultimate service experience.”
“Our drive to increase the number of retail outlets in Ghana is in line with our vision to bring energy to life by providing access to clean, safe and efficient fueling solutions to drive economic growth and development,” she stated.
Selormey said in addition to driving access to clean fuels, So Energy continues to invest in initiatives to ensure its operations align with the highest known safety standards.
She said: “Due to the nature of our business, we continue to invest heavily in our Quality Health Safety Security and Environment (QHSSE) and work closely with the relevant regulatory agencies which assists us to audit and ensure we are continuously transacting our business in an eco-friendly manner.”
According to Selormey, So Energy will also continue to contribute its quota to Ghana’s development by driving economic growth through provision of employment opportunities and a viable business environment for all.
Some of So Energy’s corporate citizenship interventions in Ghana include a borehole project (this was a strategic partnership between Sahara, the Carter Center Foundation and W.A.T.E.R Ghana towards eradicating guinea worm across West Africa); collaboration with the Ghana Health Service to carry out surgeries for Buruli ulcer patients in the Amasaman District; funding the Saint Francis Xavier school in the north, whose dormitories were razed down by fire; and funding the Kumasi market women after the fire that gutted the market in 2018.
So Energy has also had supported the Tema Senior High School by donating sanitation facilities (washrooms), rehabilitation of classrooms, hostels and laboratories which have improved the learning conditions for over 1,600 students.