Clean Power Africa – Speakers


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    Patricia DeLille.jpg It is my pleasure, on behalf of the City of Cape Town, to welcome delegates to the Clean Power Africa conference including the 5th Annual Hydropower Africa Conference and 2nd annual Solar Energy Africa, set to take place on the 4th to 5th of September in Cape Town.” 
    Patricia de Lille, Exectutive Mayor of Cape Town

    Featured participants include:

    Honourable Minister Dipuo Peters,
    Ministry of Energy,
    South Africa
    Xhantea limbert Xanthea Limberg,Chairperson:
    Energy and Climate Change Committee,
    City of Cape Town,
    South Africa
    Doug Kuni,
    Managing Director, Independent Power Producers’ Association, South Africa
    Joanne Yawitch,
    Chief Executive Officer, National Business Initiative (NBI),
    South Africa
    Cedric Philibert Cédric Philibert,
    Principal Administrator, Renewable Energy Division,
    International Energy Agency,
    Lawrence Musaba,
    Co-ordination Centre Manager, The Southern African Power Pool (SAPP),

    Why attend?

    • Listen to new innovative mini-hydro schemes – all the latest
    • Hear how big hydro projects have overcome challenging dam
    • Decide best ways to retrofit hydropower to your smaller dams
    • Find new technologies to suit your hydro challenges

    What to expect?

    • Over 650 delegates from more than 40 countries
    • Over 30 speakers
    • More than 60 exhibitors from across the globe – THE place where all the major stakeholders in the solar energy industry network and do business
    • 2 day conference focussing on co-generation, decentralised concepts, energy storage, REFIT as well as legal and commercial considerations for structuring and financing solar power projects
    • Pre-event workshops focussed on large scale solar project development
    • Intimate networking sessions
    • Post-event technical site visits to South Africa’s first concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) solar demonstration plant
    • Destination – Cape Town! The first African city to develop an Energy and Climate Change Strategy in 2005 the winner of ICLEI’s Climate Change Leadership Awards in the Local Municipalities category

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