Mozambique has one of the largest power generation potentials in Southern Africa from untapped renewable energy resources like hydro, wind, and solar resources.
This year, three associations - the Lusophone Renewable Energy Association (ALER), Mozambican Renewable Energy Association (AMER), and Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) - are joining forces to organise the Business Conference - Renewables in Mozambique on 6-7 December 2022 in Maputo, Mozambique. It is also supported by GET.invest Mozambique, funded by the European Union and Germany, and part of the European programme GET.invest.
The conference will gather national and international businesses working in the renewable energy sector, national government institutions, international development organisations, academia, financers and other funding organisations who are expected to discuss how the enormous potential of renewable energy sources available in the country can be used to accelerate the electrification rate, providing clean and affordable energy to all by 2030.
The conference aims to raise awareness about the investment potential for the private sector in Mozambique, by highlighting the latest technological advancements and the recently amended, and now favourable, legal, and regulatory framework.
The conference will run for two days and will also offer parallel GET.invest Matchmaking opportunities for project developers, investors, and financiers.