Categories: Events, RE

by Gabriel Klaasen


Categories: Events, RE

by Gabriel Klaasen


Wednesday 9 March 2022 

Renewables and Natural Gas: What is their role in Africa’s energy journey?

Join us for the next RENdez-vous Africa to discuss the roles of renewables and natural gas in addressing the continent challenges.  

Africa’s ambitious economic and social goals require accelerated progress in expanding energy capacity. But what should this energy mix look like? What is the role of gas in this discussion? How much can renewables and gas each contribute to powering the continent’s industrialisation? 

Confirmed Speakers

  • Jacob Kincer, Policy Analyst and Program Coordinator at the Energy for Growth Hub
  • Linus Mofor, Senior Environmental Affairs Officer at United Nations Economic Commission For Africa
  • Charles Nyirahuku, Chief Gas Regulatory Officer at  African development Bank

Date & Time:

Wednesday 9 March 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:30 Central Africa Time (13:00 – 14:30 CET Paris)Convert to your time zone 


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REN21 hosts these events to inspire and to offer opportunities to learn and share across sectors. While each event is unique, one thing remains consistent: at every RENdez-vous there is time to meet and network with people from the greater renewables community, inclusive of many different sectors.

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