#LiveWebinar Series: The Opportunity Of Peer-To-Peer Trading And Microgeneration In Africa

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  • Coming Up Next In The Power & Electricity World Africa #LiveWebinar Series: The Opportunity Of Peer-To-Peer Trading And Microgeneration In Africa
  • Tuesday, 5 May, 10AM (GMT+2)

A retail power trading platform can help microgeneration players sell or trade their energy to potential buyers. Buyers can choose to buy power from a neighbour, a local solar farm, a distributed rooftop solar system, or home battery bank.

But before Africa can move to power trading as an alternative solution to energy access woes, fundamental frameworks, technologies, infrastructure, business models and the biggest piece of the puzzle – regulations, will need to come together.

This webinar invites you to take an in-depth dive with the expert panellists into the realm of power trading, microgeneration and Africa’s readiness with the advent.

 Register for free and join our think tank of experts:

  • Ariel Mutegi Mbae, Chief Engineer – Network Audit, Kenya Power & Lighting Co.Ltd, Kenya
  • Hiten Parmar, Director, uYilo e-Mobility Programme, South Africa
  • Oregbesan Olalekan, Head of ICT, NAPTIN, Nigeria
  • Moderator: Adil Nchabeleng, Independent Energy Analyst, Transform SA, South Africa
Limited virtual seats available. Register for FREE HERE

And don’t forget later in the year…..

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