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ALER, with the support from the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP), will organize a high-level international conference in Mozambique on October 25 and 26. The objective of the conference is to bring together European and African Renewable Energy businesses, developers and policy makers.
The conference will focus on the contribution of renewable energy technologies for the electrification of Mozambique, in line with its National Electrification Strategy under preparation to achieve universal access by 2030.
During the two-day conference in Maputo, participants will exchange information about the investment opportunities in the renewable energy sector, including in the on- and off-grid markets.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION CLOSED ON OCTOBER 18
Less than two weeks until the event, we hereby announce that registration for the ALER Conference in Mozambique will close on next Wednesday, October 18.
All interested parties who have not yet registered should do so as soon as possible and don’t forget to book your bilateral meetings (Matchmaking Session).
Please note that we alredy have 200 registrations and that the number of places is limited to 250 participants.
Registration is free but mandatory. Register today to avoid missing out!
POWER AFRICA VISION – MOZAMBIQUE’S ECONOMY MORE COMPETITIVE, ATTRACTS PRIVATE INVESTMENT, GENERATES JOBS AND BOOSTS SOCIAL WELFARE
Power Africa is a Presidential Initiative to strengthen the public and private sector which aims to double access to electricity across sub-Saharan Africa. This project aims to increase generation capacity by 30,000 MW, as well as access to electricity in at least 60 million new domestic and business connections, and improve the energy policy environment.
This initiative involves several international banks, governments and agencies such as the World Bank, AfDB, SEFA, DFID, the Government of Norway, NEPAD, IRENA, SIDA, European Union, JICA, among others.
Power Africa is one of the sponsors of ALER’s conference. If you also wish to become a sponsor and benefit from all the visibility please consult the options available here and get in touch with us via email@example.com until October 19.
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