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 Hydropower as a sustainable solution for sub-Sahara Africa’s power demand’


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Webinar Details

Sub-Sahara Africa has the challenging task of achieving cost-effective and sustainable access to power. However, energy as we know it is changing globally with a shift towards renewables. The blueprint used in the past by developed countries to promote widespread access to energy is now outdated. Therefore, emerging markets must develop new technologies and new philosophies to cater to a new reality, and use this opportunity to build highly evolved energy-driven economies from scratch.

ABiQ hosted a free webinar on ‘Hydropower as a sustainable solution for sub-Sahara Africa’s power demand’ on 25 November, 2 PM UAE time, to discuss the needs and challenges faced by the energy sector in Africa. 


The panelists include industry leaders

  • Carole Rosenlund

    Head of Africa section – International Centre for Hydropower (ICH)

  • Dan Klinck
    Chief Executive Officer
    East African Power 
  • Darren Protulipac
    P.Eng., MASc
    Hydro Power, Dam – Engineering & Management
  • Yiying Xiong
    YSJ International Consulting

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