Gespräch

Business Implications of Zimbabwe's Sustainable Energy Policies

Breakfast Meeting

The Business Council of Sustainable Development Zimbabwe and KAS has organised the breakfast meeting to present an opportunity for government and industry to discuss the modalities for a collaborative framework for implementing sustainable energy in the Zimbabwean Industry. The workshop is organised under strict COVID-19 guidelines. A limited number of participants will join physically while the rest will participate virtually. The meeting brings together business leaders, government technocrats and experts in sustainable energy at Monomotapa Hotel on the 22nd of February 2022 from 0730hrs - 0930hrs under the theme, 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's 'Business Implications of Zimbabwe's Sustainable Energy Policies'Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies'Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies'Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies'Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies'Sustainable Energy Policies' Sustainable Energy Policies' . The main agenda is to discuss implications of the Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Biofuels policies, recently launched by Government of Zimbabwe. Business risks and opportunities presented by the policies, as well as barriers to their implementation will be highlighted in order to inform appropriate interventions.
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Veranstaltungsort

Harare
26 Sandringham Drive - Alexandra Park
P.O. Box 4325,

Harare
Simbabwe
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Referenten

  • BCSDZ Executive Director Dr Dingane Sithole Director Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation-Ministry of Energy and Power Development Dr Sostein Ziuku Technical Executive-Schweppes Eng. Smart Zongololo Panelits Dr S. Ziuku Eng. Tendayi Marowa Eng. Smart Zongololo
    Kontakt

    Dino Ndlovu

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    Deputy Project Coordinator
    EWoH2 (Women's Project)

    dino.ndlovu@kas.de +263 24 2744602 /
    +263 24 2745395

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    Auslandsbüro Simbabwe