2nd Annual Power Tech Africa

2nd Annual Power Tech Africa

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Nairobi, Kenya

Business Details

Start Date
22 Jan 2018
End Date
23 Jan 2018
Focus
Renewable Energy
International / National
International
Times Held Before
NEW

Description

Ⅰ. Introduction:

Electricity has become an indispensable prerequisite for enhancing economic activity and improving human quality of life. Thus, Bricsa Consulting is hosting its 2nd Annual Power Tech Africa is a 2-day conference on 22nd – 23rd January, 2018 at Villa Rosa Kempinski in Nairobi, Kenya. This conference focuses on Assessment, Implementation and Integration of Renewable Energy Sources, Smart Grid/Off-grid solutions, Hybrid Energy Systems and overcoming financial as well as infrastructural challenges with focus on development in the Sub-Saharan region. It’s a platform to discuss and debate best practices which can be instrumental in maximizing the power sourcing in the region.

Ⅱ. Who should Attend?

● Top level decision makers such as CEO’s, COO’s, Heads, President’s, VP’s, SVP’s
● Directors, GM’s and Senior Personnel’s
● Ministries
● Energy
● Commerce and Investment
● Environment
● Planning and Devolution
● Foreign Affairs
● Procurement Firms
● Consulting Firms
● Legal Firms
● Project Management Firms
● Project Planning Firms
● Investment banks & financial institutions
● Construction Companies
● Engineering Firms
● Technology Service Providers
● Operation Management Companies

Ⅲ. Why Attend?

◆ Learn about the key trends impacting renewable energy project development, finance and investment in the Sub-Saharan Africa.
◆ Engage in networking and deal-making with the decision-makers driving the industry forward.
◆ To discuss the issues and solutions concerning the implementation of Government ambitious programme in the country by 2030.
◆ Provide platform for entrepreneurs, financers, mentors and others stakeholders to engage and collaborate across the world, to share ideas, best practices; develop solutions and partnerships that benefit African Region.

Ⅳ. Highlights:

★ Identifying the potential of renewable sources in the Sub-Saharan Regions.
★ Implementation of Smart Grid/Off-Grid technologies projects using renewable energy for a better and reliable power transmission.
★ Sources of capitalizing renewable power projects & Exploring Foreign Direct Investment policies for better project implementation.
★ Investment policies for better project implementation.
★ Hybrid Energy System: Spurting opportunities for energy market.

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