Program Summary:

It is estimated that 600 million people living in Africa lack adequate power supply. With Sub-Saharan Africa having a combined economic growth forecast of 5%, the importance of meeting its energy and infrastructural needs cannot be overemphasised. In Nigeria, solar power systems are subtly but steadily enabling increased access to energy with the emergence of innovative business model like the pay-as-you go options and mini solar home systems but there are clearly many gaps able to be filled by enterprising business solutions.

This webinar will explore the state of Nigeria’s solar energy market, participants will understand the current trends, best practices and business prospects of this growing sustainable energy segment.

Who Should Attend?

Traditional and social entrepreneurs, business and non-profit executives, academics and undergraduates with special interest in renewable energy, clean technology, innovative business models, sustainability and energy deficit reduction.

Guest Facilitator:

Femi Adeyemo, CEO ARNERGY

Femi Adeyemo is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of ARNERGY Solar Limited, a distributed energy ‘Clean-tech’ start-up providing reliable and affordable electricity to businesses on consumer-financed or monthly subscription backed by digital payments.

Date: 26th July, 2018

Time: 12.00 pm – 1.30 pm

Please note, the webinar is free but registration is compulsory.

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Olabanji Jackson
Banji is an Environmental & Social Risk Analyst whose work involves reviewing the E&S implications of large scale projects and making a case for integrating sustainability in business models. He is passionate about micro-finance, financial literacy and growing social enterprises. In his spare time he loves to dabble in photography and creative non-fiction writing.