Welcome to the Africa Renewable Energy Forum- the very first main worldwide side conference of COP22– Marrakech2016
EnergyNet happily hosted the Africa Renewable Energy Forum under the aegis of the Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of The Kingdom Of Morocco in Marrakech from 2 – 4 November. It was 3 genuinely amazing days of conferences and knowledge-sharing.

Held under the umbrella of the UN COP22 Climate Change Conference, the Africa Renewable Energy Forum, in collaboration with Global Nexus, the Institute of Research in Solar Energy and New Energies (IRESEN), ONEE and The Department of Energy of South Africa, used the results of COP21 and COP22 as a springboard to ongoing financial investment and Africa’s development; it likewise tactically produced a COP22 tradition for Africa as the yearly leading renewable resource event of federal governments, environment, financing and energy ministries, nationwide energies, regulators and rural electrification companies throughout the continent, together with DFIs and economic sector financiers.

At the end of 2015, the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) congregated at the COP21 in Paris. Embraced by 195 nations, formally signed by 179 and validated by 20, the most essential accomplishment of the Paris arrangement is the around the world dedication to eliminate environment modification throughout the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC).

The obligation of COP22 in Marrakech this year was to implement the diplomatic arrangement with actions and execution strategies. The COP22 is called the “COP for actions” however it is likewise the “COP for AllAfrica, supplying the chance for Africa to lead the method in sustainable energy advancement to battle environment modification.

See the factor behind COP22 & ARF: http://www.cop22 ma/en/africa-renewable-energy- online forum.

To understand more about the effect of COP21 and future systems that will permit the economic sector to own the execution of the Paris arrangement at COP22, please see the whole Panel Discussion at the Africa Energy Forum 2016.