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Webinar — Offgrid Solar & Transformative Business Models: Has The Revolution Started?

Load shedding is crippling Zambia's people and businesses. What can be done?

This webinar discusses

This is a conversation to explore challenges and opportunities for Clean Energy in Africa against the backdrop of geopolitical events currently shaping the World. The webinar will share sharing information on and address issues on various fronts such as:

  • Regulatory
  • Financial
  • Technical

Questions to be discussed include:

  • What is the current landscape of Offgrid Market in Africa?
  • What business models create impact?
  • How to create scale and bring big finance?
  • How to boost local entrepreneurship through offgrid with a case study

Has revolution started? Together we can make change happen. All welcome from industry and members of the public! Questions in English and French accepted.

Webinar time

1-2pm GMT which is 15:00 to 16:00 hours in Zambia.

Webinar speakers

Join the discussion with leading voices in the renewable energy industry, such as Tony Tiyou, Founder and CEO of Renewables in Africa; Thomas Chevilotte, Chief Financial Officer of Bbox; and Anietie Udofia, Founder and Managing Partner of Sustainable Technology (S-Tech) Integration and Consulting.

Take part

  • Follow the link below to register
  • Sign in at 1-2pm GMT (15:00-16:00 hours in Zambia)
  • Note that if you can't make today's webinar you can register for another date, the next one being October 17th 2019

This event is being promoted by MyZambia MyAfrica who champions renewable energy in Zambia and beyond.

Webinar — Offgrid Solar & Transformative Business Models: Has The Revolution Started?
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As a post-Brexit UK seeks to find its place in the world, focusing on Africa still holds considerable promise. MyZambia MyAfrica remains dedicated to building a positive and enduring brand identity for Zambia, by attracting inward investment and taking advantage of the opportunities that Brexit offers. World Bank Development Indicators have shown that the use of energy is strongly related to almost every conceivable aspect of development.