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Join us at the Sustainable Energy for All Forum, 17 – 19 May 2022, Kigali, Rwanda

We are delighted to announce our participation at this year’s Sustainable Energy for All Forum, 17-19 May 2022, in Kigali, Rwanda. This landmark global gathering brings people together to take stock of progress, showcase success and identify solutions to achieve faster, broader gains towards sustainable energy for all. 

It is also our pleasure to invite you to the two side events we are co-hosting and look forward to your presence, virtually or in person. Below, please find more details on the sessions where we will, alongside our partners, share insights and lessons from our work to end energy poverty faster through decentralized renewable energy (DRE). 

If you are not already registered for the forum, please find the virtual registration link here

Panel 1: Transitioning to the Grid of the Future

Date: Tuesday 17, May 2022; Time: 14:15 – 15:00 (CAT)

Venue: MH1, Kigali Convention Center 

The grid of the future is consumer-centric, dynamic, smart, flexible, robust, economically viable, and interconnected. This session will address the development of business models and pilot projects that show the potential for a win-win-win between utilities, customers, and DRE project developers as we transition to the grid of the future. At this session, moderated by our CEO, Kristina Skierka, we will share our work on the Utilities 2.0 Twaake project in Uganda. 

Co-organizers: CrossBoundary LLC and RMI

Panel 2: Powering Jobs: Building a Workforce to Meet the SDG7 Challenge

Date: Thursday 19, May 2022; Time: 10:15 – 11:00 (CAT)

Venue: MH1, Kigali Convention Center

Achieving universal energy access relies on creating and cultivating renewable energy jobs, providing a global opportunity to drive employment and economic growth. However, more workforce investments are needed, especially for women and youth. This session will highlight several new initiatives working to build the skills and ecosystems required by the energy practitioners of the future. Our CEO, Kristina Skierka, will be part of this panel discussion, and she will share updates on our #PoweringJobs campaign

Co-organizer: CORE

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