Windaba Breakaway 12 to focus on Wind in distributed and embedded renewable energy

Windaba Breakaway 12 to focus on Wind in distributed and embedded renewable energy

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Windaba Breakaway 12 to focus on Wind in distributed and embedded renewable energy

With global shifts towards an energy transition, the Windaba conference will host a platform for a discussion on ‘The Role of Wind Power in distributed and embedded renewable energy’. Africa is poised to harness the economic dividends of a secure and environmentally sustainable renewable power sector.

Windaba Conference 2019, will explore contemporary topics that will ensure stakeholders are provided with the most up-to-date information on the sector’s opportunities and challenges. Knowledge sharing is a key component of this year’s conference. The conference through, its strategic partnership with the Africa-EU Energy partnership (AEEP), has gathered a formidable line-up of industry subject matter experts. The AEEP, offers a long-term strategic framework for strategic dialogue between Africa and the EU on sustainable energy and has provided key input and supporting instruments for over a decade.

Breakaway 12: Knowledge stream supported by the Africa-EU Energy Partnership

Join moderator as Kevin Minkoff, Technical SAWEA Working Group Chairperson & the facilitator for Breakaway 12: The role of wind power in distributed and embedded renewable energy

Date:Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Time:13:45 – 15:30
Venue: CTICC 2


Nhlanhla Ngidi
Head: Electricity and Energy Value Chain,
South African Local Government Association (SALGA)

Dr Kilian Hagemann
Managing Director, G7 Renewable Energies

Exhibition space is still available to showcase your market leadership with several innovative products on the way to support your existing value chain. Our team will assist to ensure that you are able to enhance your brand visibility.

To register click here, or call Louise: 011 214 0664, louise@windaba.co.za or Yolanda 021 448 5226, yolanda@windaba.co.za.

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