In Africa, the number of people gaining access to electricity rose from 9 million a year between 2000 and 2013 to 20 million people between 2014 and 2019, outpacing population growth. Despite that fact, in Sub-Saharan Africa, just 46.7% of the population had access to electricity in 2019.
How do we make sure that energy is more widely accessible in Africa in a world becoming more conscious about climate change? How should we balance Africa’s rising energy needs and the world’s increasing need for clean energy generation?
Join Stanford Seed for a thought provoking discussion with our panel of experts on the topic of Energy Access in Africa.
- Zeru Junior Kwebiihia, Head of Strategic Marketing, ENGIE Energy Access
- Justus Mucyo, Managing Director/Rwanda, BBOXX
Date & Time
Saturday, January 29, 2022
- 9:00am PST
- 5:00pm GMT
- 7:00pm CAT
- 8:00pm EAT
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