In the context of Blue economy, renewable energies also play a vital role in social and economic development. Sustainable development goal (SDGs14) calls for the conservation and sustainable use of the ocean, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. The exploration of salt within the ocean ecosystem also present some environmental challenges that contribute to the coastal degradation. In the mist of these challenges, Ghana is also experiencing a major decline in its fish stocks and as such there is an urgency to explore other untapped resources within the blue economy sector that is environmentally friendly and sustainable. Saltworks or salt production provides some answers to the search for other forms of livelihood within the coastal environment. Unfortunately, there still research gabs that needs to be filled in solar salt production to boost investment in the blue economy. The Gabs ranges from data and institutional gabs, lack of funds and investment in the blue economy, lands and lagoon dispute, lack of capacity and technical expert, flawed EIA and SIA impact assessment and lack of enforcement and overlapping regulatory policies. This research will contribute to the call for the government of Ghana and other stakeholders to channel investment to the Blue economy, build an effective legal policy and institutional frameworks required to provide effective management of salt production in Ghana. And finally provided the base for blue investment promotion and start-up capital as well as capital for expansion of solar salt business in Ghana.