Solar Power in Africa (February 24-25, 2021)

REGlobal with support from Global Transmission Report and Renewable Watch, is organizing a virtual conference on Solar Power in Africa on February 24-25, 2021. The objective of the conference is to present emerging opportunities, study the impact of recent policies and regulations, discuss challenges, and explore technological and financing solutions to realise the solar targets across the continent. 

The two-day virtual event will have around 12 live sessions, covering relevant topics for all stakeholders in the solar power space. It will highlight the emerging trends, country plans and perspectives, progress across solar sub-segments like rooftop, utility-scale, energy storage and microgrids, O&M practices, grid integration needs and impact of recent policies. It will also feature case studies and emerging solar power business models. 

The conference is targeted at solar project developers, EPC players, government departments, regulators, investors, consultants, industry associations, equipment suppliers and solution providers that are shaping the future of Africa’s solar power market.

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Fleet Electrification in the US (March 3-4, 2021)

Global Transmission Report, with support from REGlobal, is organizing a virtual conference on Fleet Electrification in the US on March 3-4, 2021. The objective of the conference is to present emerging opportunities, discuss challenges, and explore solutions for the electrification of fleets in the US.

The two-day virtual event will have 12 live sessions, covering relevant topics for all stakeholders in the fleet electrification space. It will highlight the policies and programs in key states and feature leading utilities with their initiatives in supporting the electrification of fleets. It will also present the plans and perspective of the early adopters of electric fleets and discuss the major considerations in building an optimal fleet electrification strategy. 

The conference will showcase the latest technologies and solutions to charge electric fleets and discuss the benefits of integrating energy storage and solar in the charging infrastructure. It will also present the offers of leading EV manufacturers and perspective of fleet operators. 

The event is targeted at electric power utilities, municipal fleet operators, commercial fleet operators, EVSE providers, regulators, investors, consultants, equipment suppliers and solution providers interested inthe electrification of fleets.

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