Solar Energy East Africa

Solar Energy East Africa brings together domestic and international solar players with commercial and industrial power users to explore grid-tied.

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Solar Energy East Africa 3-4 Mar 2015 Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi, Kenya
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Serving as forum to connect local developers with international partners and investors the conference aims to create well capitalised and experienced partnerships who can deliver high quality PV systems in a timely manner to the East African region.

Key topics include:
- Industrial energy costs, reliability and alternatives beyond diesel gensets
- Changes to Kenya’s feed-in-tariff
- Financial models and sources of private capital
- Developing a bankable PPA
- Micro-grids, anchor systems & hybrid systems

Benefits of attending:
- Network with energy managers representing East African Manufacturing, agricultural, tourism, real estate, telecom and mining industries as part of the special focus session: PV for commercial and industrial power users
- Identify new local development and distribution partners from across the East African region
- Hear first hand from governments on the proposed roll-out of feed-in tariff and net metering schemes including the change of Kenya’s FiT scheme to an auction and benefit from peer led analysis on the implications of this
- Connect with private investors moving the market away from pureplay donor finance
- Discuss new business models and technical options to make micro-grids a commercially viable value proposition




Early Delegate - Limited Tickets Available at this Price (Saving £300): £895.00
Standard Delegate (No Saving): £1,195.00
Locally Headquartered Companies & Government - Locally headquartered companies apply to those with company headquarters in any country in Africa only. : £495.00
Commercial and industrial power users - Complimentary passes for large power consumers. Passes are limited to one per company and are not available to those whose primary business activity is in solar or energy related industries: £0.00

Speakers: isaac kiva, haijo kuper, james mureu, joseph mashao, onchi maiko, robert pavel oimeke, charles muchunku, davis chirchir, marcus rother

From: March 03, 2015 09:00
To: March 04, 2015 17:30

Hotel Intercontinental, City-Hall Way, Nairobi, Kenya


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