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Solar Power in Africa

March 22, 2022 @ 11:00 am - March 23, 2022 @ 4:00 pm

12:00 AM
12:00 AM
Jan 01, 1970

Africa is becoming a highly sought after market for solar power deployment attracting massive investments. Increasing energy demand, a focus on improving energy access, the energy transition goals of nations, and the reducing costs of solar equipment is leading to a rapid uptake of solar power projects across different segments. Against this backdrop, this conference aims to discuss the growth trends in the continent’s solar power space, examine the barriers to solar power deployment, and explore the policy, regulatory, technology and financing scenario in Africa’s solar sector.

​The two-day virtual event will have the following sessions, covering the relevant topics for all stakeholders:
Solar Power Growth and Outlook
Country-wise Plans and Policies
Focus on Technology Advancements
Creating an Enabling Financing Environment
Expanding the Utility-Scale Solar Market
C&I Solar Gains Traction
Potential of Microgrids and Minigrids
Addressing Grid Concerns
Effective O&M of Solar Projects
New Frontiers of Growth
Project Showcase and Lessons Learnt

The event will bring together solar project developers, EPC players, government departments, regulators, investors, consultants, industry associations, equipment suppliers and solution providers that are shaping the future of Africa’s solar power market.
Some of the participants in our previous conference on “Solar Power Africa” held virtually on February 24-25, 2021 were: A1 Power Technologies, 4iAfrica, ACOB Lighting Technology, African Development Bank, Africa Minigrid Developers Association, Africa Renewable Energy Group, Africa REN Development, AKUO Energy, Altran, Beijing Sifang Automation, Center for Renewable Energy Research, Complete Energy Solutions, Clarke Energy, Daystar Power, CVE International, Desert Technologies, DCM Smart Energy Systems, Deltacron Technologies, DLO Energy Resources, Eagle Africa Centre, Egyptian Valves, Eco Solaire Energy, Electricity Regulatory AuthorityUganda, Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company, Emerson, Empower New Energy, ENGIE, EneSom, Energy Access, Eskom, Equatorial Power, Finergreen, F&H Solar Company, Haier, Geothermal Development Company, Gigawatt Energy, GIZ, Globeleq, Greentech Angola, GreenYellow, GREENELEC, GRECO Power, GSEZ Infra, Green Action One, Huawei, Infra Innovative Financial Solutions, Ikeja Electric, International Solar Alliance, InfraCo Africa, JA Solar, Jaguar New Energies, Jacobs Engineering, Jeka Power, JCS Investments, Kasuba Power Solutions, Kenya Pipeline Company, Kontek Energy, Lucid Energy, LONGi Solar, Masen, Manocap Energy, Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen, Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities – Mauritius, Mines and Environment-Morocco, Monovine Smart Energy Solution, Multiconsult, National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE), Niteo, Oolu, Orange renewable, Oxford Z Energy, Renkune Energy, Posrunna Investment, PEGAfrica, Powervision, PowerGen Renewable Energy, Premier Solar Group, Quaint Energy, Renpower, Rockwell, Rural Energy Aid, Sevak, Shapoorji Pallonji, Shizen Energy, Seeraj Energy, Siemens, Smart Engineering Solutions, Sonelgaz, Solarcentury, Sotemag, Solar Lease, Solek – Renewable Energy Engineers, Solarquest Zambia, Solec, Solarshams – Egypt, Solarma Madagascar, Strategic Energy, Sunlite Solar Lighting, SunGate Energy, Suncolect, Sun way Egypt, SQS Engineering, The World Bank Group, Taipaso Renewable Energy Systems, Tasi Energia Consulting, Telligent Engineering, Trina Solar, Tropical Power, Total Kenya PLC, UNOPS, Valeco, Volta PV, Voltalia, Volt Africa, WASOLAR, W&H Solar Ventures, Winconsul Engineering, Znshine solar etc.

Delegate Fee and Discount: The fee is USD 250 for one participant/login, USD 400 for 2-3 delegates/logins, USD 550 for 4-5 delegates/logins, USD 700 for 6-9 delegates/logins and USD 850 for 10-20 delegates/logins. There is a 30 per cent “early bird” discount for those registering before January 31, 2022.

Important Note: Registrations for African government agencies, utilities and regulatory authorities are complimentary.

To know more about this virtual conference, please click here.

About the Organsiers:

REGlobal provides global, high-level analysis and perspective on issues related to renewable energy that are of interest and relevance to CXOs working with energy developers, electricity utilities, technology providers, investors, regulators, policymakers and other concerned organisations.
Renewable Watch is a leading provider of information and analysis on the renewable energy sector in India. It covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy – wind, solar, bioenergy, small- hydro and other emerging technologies – and includes both grid-interactive and offgrid power solutions.
Global Transmission is a leading provider of information and analysis on the global electricity transmission industry. It publishes newsletters and market intelligence reports, offer custom research and advisory services, and organise thematic conferences on crucial and topical issues relevant to the industry.
I hope you will consider sponsoring this important event. I will be happy to provide more information on the sessions, topics and target audience. I am also available for e-meetings in case you would like to discuss.

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March 22, 2022 @ 11:00 am
March 23, 2022 @ 4:00 pm