Renewable Conference North Africa 2019

Energy Production; Infrastructure & Utilities

Address: Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco
Date: 28 to 29 Mar '19
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The Renewable Conference North Africa 2019 (RCNA 2019) will be held on 28 – 29 March 2019 in Casablanca, Morocco. It will focus on four topics: Solar Park, Wind Farm, Energy Storage and Smart Grid. In the two-day event, 30 speakers from Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria will be presenting their projects updates. More than 200 delegates are estimated to join the event all over the world. This year's theme is "New Era of North Africa Renewable".

Opportunities Ahead:
Morocco has set a target of 40% of installed capacity from renewable resources by 2020, rising to 52% by 2030, equivalent to 6 GW of new capacity.

Egypt, according to the Wind and Solar Atlas, there are opportunities and potential for Wind and Solar plants in the East and West Nile areas that will produce around 31,150 MW from wind and 52,300 MW from solar.

Tunisia plans to invest USD 1.8 bn in renewable energy projects over by 2020. On the regulatory side, Tunisia will work for setting up an electricity sector regulator before the end of 2018.

Algeria, the government will be committed to 100% renewables energy and several big projects are under auction.

Reasons to Attend:
• Bring Qualified Prospects Directly to You
• Accomplish Your Marketing Goals
• Showcase Your Advanced Technologies
• Understand the Project Funds Structure
• Stay Ahead of Your Competitions
• Stick to Projects in Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria

Invited Speakers:
• Karim Choukri, Head of the Renewable, Morocco Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment
• Baccari Nafaa, Director of Renewable Energy, National Agency for Energy Conservation
• Hichem Hakim, Technical Director, STEG Energies Renouvelables
• Moncef Harrabi, CEO, Tunisia Company of Electricity & Gas
• Ali Zerouali, Director of International Cooperation, Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy
• Brahim Oumounah, Director of Strategy and Planning, Moroccan Electricity and Drinking Water Utility
• Name TBA, Director, Egypt New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA)
• Hichem Rimouche, Pricing Manager, Algerian Electricity and Gas Regulation Commission
• Kamel Dali, Project Director, APRUE
• Georges Joseph Ghorra, Acting Country Manager, International Finance Corporation
• Luis Crespo, President, Asociación Española para la Promoción de la Industria Termosolar
• Michael Geyer, Business Development Europe & Africa Director, Abengoa
• Suresh Bhaskar, Head of Business Development - Power & Gas, ENGIE
• Laurent Becerra, VP of Middle East & Africa, EDF


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Key Themes & Topics

Features of RCNA 2019:
• No.1 C-level Renewable Energy Event
• 4 Regulators from Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria
• 10 Project Developers in Panel Discussions
• 200+ Renewable Energy Industry Delegates
• Best Practices Awards Ceremony
• China "Belt and Road Initiative" Demonstration
• Solar + Wind + Energy Storage + Smart Grid



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Ali Zerouali

Director of Cooperation and Partnership

Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN)

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Gurmeet Kaur

Board Member

Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA)

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Hichem Rimouche

Pricing Manager

Algerian Electricity and Gas Regulation Commission (CREG)

Karim Choukri

Director, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Department

Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development

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Luis Crespo


Asociación Española para la Promoción de la Industria Termosolar

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Nafaa Baccari

Director of Renewable Energy

Tunisia National Agency for Energy Conservation ANME

Rachid Bayed

Director of Power Plants & Infrastructure

Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN)




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