On May 22-23 May 2012, Solar Maghreb will convene in Morocco. This is the most established congress to focus exclusively on the North African solar markets. After dramatic changes in the region over the past year, Solar Maghreb will welcome official delegations from Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt and Libya to formulate the next steps for the region’s solar market.
With a combination of presentations, roundtable working groups, interactive discussion sessions and networking evenings, join the most established meeting to focus exclusively on the North African solar industry. 3 years of attracting the highest profile figures behind the region’s power markets: Click here to read the 2011 welcome address from former Moroccan Energy Minister, Amina Benkhadra.
The meeting for C-Level representatives: 35% of attendees at Solar Maghreb 2011 at Board Level, over 60% at director level Meet new policy makers following government reforms: New Libyan Minister of Electricity & Renewable Energies and advisor to the Libyan Prime Ministry recently confirmed. Click here to see full speaker line up. Face to face meetings available with government, energy agencies and utilities. Following the morning keynote sessions MASEN board members will be on hand to discuss the result’s of Morocco’s first solar tender and elaborate on the next steps in bidding for the 4 subsequent phases.
Investor market push: full focus day of presentations, roundtables and working groups from active investors putting money into moving the market forward For the first time, multi-stakeholder feedback from operational projects: 1 year on from Hassi R’Mel and Kuraymat what do governments, investors, international developers and local players think of solar’s place in North Africa.
Produced in collaboration with local partners and local knowledge: working with energy agencies, government advisers, associations and industry on the ground in Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt & Libya to create a packed two days.
Click here to see a selection of 2012’s program advisors Local rate for local companies: heavy industry, telecoms, engineering, manufacturing and other sectors evaluating solar as a source of power and business
First Solar PV Workshop: First Solar are hosting their exclusive technical solar PV workshop Photovoltaic Power Plants in the Maghreb Region on 21 May as part of Solar Maghreb. This workshop is free to attend however there is a limited availability of places.
For more information or to register click here.
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