Solar & Off-Grid Renewables West Africa Conference

This high-level conference in Ghana will explore the huge Solar and off-grid renewable energy market opportunities in West Africa with an elite panel of international expert speakers, in-depth discussions and networking opportunities.

Solar and Off-Grid Renewables Africa aims to support and accelerate the deployment of solar and off-grid renewable energy in Africa, and break down the barriers to development – financial, political, technological – by bringing together key stakeholders, including investors, policy makers, developers, energy companies,  financiers, NGOs, manufacturers and suppliers.

Why attend?

Ministerial attendance: meet government ministers responsible for future energy planning

Current project developers: hear case studies about how you can develop a solar project in the region

PV manufacturing businesses located and locating in West Africa: find out how you can set up a local manufacturing facility

Attendance from international financiers: hear directly about what kind of projects will get backed from development banks, commercial banks, export credit agencies, venture capitalists and insurance companies

PV equipment experts: what kind of equipment will be needed in the region and how can it impact a project’s bankability

International government trade agencies: hear about ongoing initiatives to drive forward solar development in West Africa

Local transmission and distribution experts: how will utility-scale solar projects gain access to the grid

Developers working on utility-scale and off-grid projects: find out about new projects of many different sizes

High-level attendees: Network with a powerful selection of Government Ministers, Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors and other senior representatives meeting to do business in September

Solar & Off-Grid Renewables West Africa

21-22 April 2015

Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel

Accra, Ghana

To find out more and book your place:

Exclusive offer Use the code AB15 for a 15% discount

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