Windaba: Prof Sampson Mamphweli Will Lead a Power Line-up of Panelists

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The 9th annual Windaba focuses on ‘Unleashing renewable power for African economic development’ as we look to a strengthened renewable energy market on the Continent. Through the addition of the Strategic partnership with the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) the Windaba will explore key opportunities for the renewable power sector in Africa.

This year’s event has a formidable line-up of global industry leaders and stakeholders to share key insights. Delegates attending will benefit from participating in the programme that will deliver the most relevant information to bolster decision-making.

Join moderator Prof Sampson Mamphweli – University of Stellenbosch (SUN) as the facilitator for Breakaway 4: Knowledge stream supported by the Africa-EU Energy Partnership. The discussion takes place on Tuesday, 8 October 2019 at  11am at CTICC 2.  The Prof will be leading a power line up panel speakers:

Adjunct Prof Roderick Crompton
Director of Africa Energy Leadership Centre, Wits Business School

Dr Karen Surridge
Centre Manager,
Renewable Energy Centre of Research & Development at South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI)

Dr Holle Wlokas
Synergy Global Consulting & Stellenbosch University (SUN)

Lumkile Mondi
Senior Lecturer,
University of Witwatersrand (WITS)

Don’t miss your opportunity to hear insights from the stellar line-up of industry experts at the must-attend annual gathering of the global wind energy market.

Download the full programme here

Register to attend here

Alternatively contact Louise: 011 214 0664, or Yolanda 021 448 5226,

Author: GBA News Desk



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