In the JV company, DCH-Solargiga and SADA will own 90% and 10% equity interest, according to the deal.

The new JV firm will be involved in constructing 40MW phase 1 solar power plants in Ghana with planned total capacity of 200MW.

Solargiga Energy Holdings executive director and CEO HSU You Yuan said the Ghana is a democratic and viable state in Africa with a fast-growing economy.

"Electricity demand has seen rapid growth in Ghana, and green energy and environmental policies are a core focus of President Mahama," Yuan added.

Solargiga produces monocrystalline silicon solar ingots and wafers, as well as photovoltaic cells and modules.