Dates: 24 – 25 April 2013
Organisation: Africa Carbon Exchange
Venue: Hilton Hotel
Cost: USD 250
Register/website: Energy Efficiency Workshop
Description: Energy Efficiency is an inescapable part of the solution to Africa’s sustainable development; Its Improvements can result in cost-effective ways that can contribute to economic and social development as well as environmental sustainability.
There is a huge potential in Africa and especially Kenya when it come to energy efficiency along the whole energy chain that needs to be realised economically.
ACX Africa in conjunction with it development partners have developed a two day conference on energy efficiency that aims to outline ways to overcome the challenges on energy efficiency in a timely manner and exploit opportunities systematically. This training is relevant to individuals and organization from all sectors interested in improved energy efficiency practices, products and services including Commercial, Manufacturing, Agricultural, Textile, Paper, and Hospitality industries, as well as any interested individuals who wish to manage and reduce their energy use. The programme will provide the organisation knowledge and skill on how to cut costs by reducing your power intake.
To that end the energy efficiency will pave the way to achieve greater sustainability of the African energy sector; this is our aim and service delivery we wish to achieve by the end of the training.
Benefits of attending:
- Get to learn more Energy Efficiency Technologies, as well as New technologies in green electricity/power generation/energy management
- Way in which you can gain Senior Level Support for Energy Efficiency
- Learn from Case Studies on best practices in corporate energy efficiency strategies
- Sourcing for Energy Efficiency Project Financing – How to develop financing for an energy efficiency investment project
Come and listen to top experts and operators in Energy management on key opportunities and challenges in improving energy performance and implementing cost effective energy management strategies. Some of the speakers include:
•Prof Izael Da Silva
-Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs), Strathmore University, Climate Innovation Centre (CIC)
• Sebastian Lange
-Urban Energy Unit- Access to Modern Energy Services, Renewable Energy and Energy Planning and Legislation. UN-HABITAT.
• Charlene Maina
-MD of Plexus Energy Limited
• Eng. Margaret Kanini
-Senior Engineer DSM, Kenya Power
• Robert Pavel Oimeke
-Director Renewable Energy, Energy Regulatory Commission.
For further information on how to register and/or sign up for a stand:
Africa Carbon Exchange
Tel. Landline: (+254) 020-8096287
Mobile: (+254)715233098/ (+254)736959940
P.O Box 68272-00200