The global increase in renewable generation is hastening the development of energy storage systems to address regulatory, economic, and operational issues related to energy scarcity.
Some African countries are encouraging private developers to build large-scale regional solar parks with storage capacity to help smooth the flow of solar energy and redirect some of the power generated during the day to evening peak hours.
The International Renewable Energy Agency estimates that Africa’s renewable energy capacity could reach 310GW by 2030, making Africa the world’s leading producer of green energy. If this prediction becomes true, energy storage appears to play a critical role in integrating renewables into the grid.
This e-conference aims at bringing together the best experts of the industry to provide a full overview of the latest updates on energy storage. It will also offer an opportunity to showcase their most innovative solutions and projects, so stakeholders from all over Africa will learn what solutions are available and deliver results, even in the most demanding environments.
This is the 3rd edition of AFSIA’ annual e-conference on storage technologies. In 2022, this event hosted 16 speakers and attracted 2,500+ participants.