The two-day virtual event will have around 12 live sessions, covering relevant topics for all stakeholders in the solar power space. It will highlight the emerging trends, country plans and perspectives, progress across solar sub-segments like rooftop, utility-scale, energy storage and microgrids, O&M practices, grid integration needs and impact of recent policies. It will also feature case studies and emerging solar power business models. The conference is targeted at solar project developers, EPC players, government departments, regulators, investors, consultants, industry associations, equipment suppliers and solution providers that are shaping the future of Africa’s solar power market.
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