International Renewable Energy Conference & Expo 2020

Conference Objectives

  1. To understand value that can be derived from the renewable energy.
  2. Discuss ways of harnessing the renewable energy
  3. Discussions on renewable energy policy
  4. To establish the impediments on power projects implementation
  5. Improve efficiencies in the African economies

Who should Attend

  1. Diplomats,Policy maker
  2. Solar equipment manufacturers & distributors
  3. Multilateral financial institutions
  4. Private equity investors, Local authorities
  5.  Property developers, Insurance firms
  6. Legal institution, Development banks, Consultants and Contractors
  7. etc

Conference Details

  1. Local Delegate       : ZWL 15,000 (excludes flight)
  2. Foreign Delegates  : $1000 USD (excludes flight)
  3. Venue    : Elephant Hills, Victoria Fall\
  4. email      : events@alphamedia.co.zw
  5. Cell         : +263(242) 773930-8

Speakers

Programme

Day 1

Thursday 22 March 2020
0800  

WELCOME & COMMENCE PROGRAMME :

 

WILLSON CHIMEDZI – MASTER OF CEREMONY

0815 OPENING REMARKS

K MAFUKIDZE (AMH CEO)

1830 INTRODUCTION OF HON. ADVOCATE FORTUNE CHASI – THE MINISTER OF ENERGY & POWER DEVELOPMENT

DR G. MAGOMBO – PERMANENT SECRETARY

0845 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

HON. ADVOCATE FORTUNE CHASI – THE MINISTER OF ENERGY & POWER DEVELOPMENT

0915 – 0925 Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS TO REFLECT ON MINSTER’S SPEECH

0950 Panel 1. Renewable Energy Policy , Easy of Doing Business and Analysis:

DR G. MAGOMBO – PERMANENT SECRETARY MINISTER OF ENERGY

EDINGTON MAZAMBANI – ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE ZERA

DR ZIUKU – DIRECTOR MINISTRY OF ENERGY

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

1020 Panel 2. SADC Power Situation:

ENG. STEPHEN DIHWA

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

1050 Tea Break
1110 PRESENTATION: JINKO SOLAR

MILICENT CHIDAMBA

1120 Panel 3. IPP Project Implementation – success & challenges

DR. B. RAFEMOYO – CEO ENGINEERING COUNCIL

IAN McKERSIE – MD INYANGANI RENEWABLE ENERGY

ENG. IKHUPULENG DUBE – ZETDC

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

 

1150 Panel 4 . Financing, & Infrastructure:

VICTOR UTEDZI – CENTRAGRID 

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

1210 Panel 5: IPPS contribution – Voltage Profiling benefits to the utilities power networks

ENG. IKHUPULENG DUBE – ZETDC

DR ZIUKI – ZESA

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

1240 Feed in tariffs & net metering:

OLOFF SMYTH – MD PENALONGA ENERGY

(MINISTRY OF ENERGY TO COMMENT)

Q & A SESSION

3 – 5 QUESTIONS

1300 1400 LUNCH
1400 – 1430 Sharing of Renewable projects on the ground local and global :

IAN McKERSIE – MD INYANGANI RENEWABLE ENERGY

VICTOR UTEDZI – CENTRAGRID

SOLGAS

1430 – 1500 Collateral Local & National Benefits following IPP project implementation:

OLOFF SMYTH MD PENALONGA ENERGY

1430 – 1530 Integrated Linkages for Industries

HON. ADVOCATE FORTUNE CHASI – THE MINISTER OF ENERGY & POWER DEVELOPMENT

DR. B. RAFEMOYO – CEO ENGINEERING COUNCIL

DR G. MAGOMBO – PERMANENT SECRETARY MINISTER OF ENERGY

1530 – 1550 TEA BREAK
1550 Renewable Energy Road Map to 2030 –

EXPECTATIONS AS ACADEMIA

EXPECTATIONS AS CORPORATES

EXPECTATIONS AS INVESTORS

GALA DINNER
1900 Media landscape with regards to Renewable Energy

KHOLWANI NYATHI – STANDARD NEWSPAPER EDITOR

KANGAI MAUKAZUVA – HEART & SOUL BROADCASTING SERVICES

Expectations as Ministry of Energy

DR G. MAGOMBO – PERMANENT SECRETARY MINISTER OF ENERGY

Closing Remarks

KENIAS MAFUKIDZE

 

Day 2

FRIDAY 13 MARCH 2020
0630 – BREAKFAST
DEPATURES ACCORDING TO FLIGHTS

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