The GE-TOP Ghana project focused on identifying opportunities for solar energy exports from Ghana to neighbouring countries, in order to promote regional clean energy integration. The first study, Ghana – Solar Export Potential Study, assessed the technical and financial feasibility, as well as the socioeconomic and environmental impacts, of solar energy exports from Ghana. This study was launched in September 2015 in Accra. In the second study, GE-TOP Ghana Strategy Proposal – Realizing solar PV projects in a cross-border power supply context, UN Environment Programme and in-country partners developed a strategy proposal with concrete technical, financial and policy recommendations for seizing the country’s solar energy generation and export potential, as exemplified by the case study of solar energy trade between Ghana and Burkina Faso. The second report was launched in April 2016 at the Solar & Off-Grid Renewables West Africa 2016 conference. Both reports were produced in partnership with The Energy Centre at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, and benefitted from support and frequent inputs from four national ministries and other key national and regional stakeholders. The project stakeholders gathered at three national stakeholder workshops, and one technical and financial working group meeting, respectively.