AFRICA Renewable Energy Imbizo 2022


The “in-person” sessions will be attended by 300 delegates and the 2 500 delegates will be “on-line”. Delegates will comprise of Thought Leaders, CEOs, Directors of Companies, Ministers of Government, Human Resources Practitioners, Educators, Members Of The Labour Movement, Civil Society and Community Leaders.



This Dialogue will provide the platform to exchange, share experiences and research results on all aspects of Renewable Energy. There will be robust discussions on the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Renewable Energy.

Climate change is among the most important and complex issues our planet and its people have faced in centuries. The COVID-19 pandemic has only reinforced the urgency and necessity of building global economic systems that are both equitable and sustainable.

The deployment and expansion of renewable energy technologies will play an integral role in reducing our collective carbon footprint, but can come at a cost for workers and communities if companies do not ensure respect for human rights in their operations and through their supply chains. The ambitious and necessary goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 requires equally robust steps to ensure this transition is truly just.


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