Windaba: Wind Sector, Skills Development, Jobs and the Just Transition

Windaba

Through robust skills development programmes the wind energy sector aims to grow the economy domestically and on the Continent. Don’t miss your opportunity to hear from Industry Leaders who will share their insights on global shifts, opportunities and challenges pertaining to Skill development for the wind sector.

Breakaway 6: ‘Wind sector, Skills development, Jobs and the Just Transition’

Topic: What contribution can academic network make to the Energy Transition and economic growth in south Africa and the SADC region

Join moderator Ganief Bardien, Regional Manager, Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) as the facilitator for Breakaway 6: Wind sector, Skills development, Jobs and the Just Transition.

Windaba is the flagship event of the South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) in proud partnership with the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).

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, louise@windaba.co.za or Yolanda 021 448 5226, yolanda@windaba.co.za.

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