The 2nd Solar Summit by BGS Group brings together four emerging solar markets at one place: Middle East, North Africa, East Africa and West Africa. The main goal is to let the leading experts of the industry meet in person and discuss the major challenges they are currently facing. For this purpose BGS Group creates a solid networking platform in Tunis and chooses a closed-door format to ensure individual approach to the clients’ needs. The conference will cover areas like financing options, economics, monitoring and forecasting tools and how they help reducing the cost of Operation and Maintenance. It will also cover solar project bankability and business modeling, as well as showcasing latest advanced technologies.
SwitchMed is pleased to announce its participation to this event through its Switcher Fadi Bkirat founder of RACK TECK in Palestine. Mr Bkirat will be intervening in the second day of the event, in the MIDDLE EAST STREAM session at the panel MENA MARKET OUTLOOK – JORDAN, PALESTINE, IRAN (11:30 – 13:00)
If you are in the solar industry and happen to be in Tunis, don’t miss this chance to attend the biggest summit in sustainable energy and to discuss current regulatory landscapes and access to finance in a certain region.
Fifteen governmental and regulation bodies will be represented, among them are Minister of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energy of Tunisia; Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of Morocco; Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Jordan. Fifteen international financial institutions will attend the Summit, among them are European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; International Finance Corporation; African Development Bank.
The SwitchMed sustainable consumption and production programme aims to promote a switch by the Mediterranean economies towards sustainable consumption and production patterns and green economy, including low-emission development, through demonstration and dissemination of methods that improve resource and energy efficiency. It also seeks to minimise the environmental impacts associated with the life cycle of products and services and, where possible, to promote renewable energy.