The Accra International Conference Centre will open its gates for the 4th edition of WACEE. The visitors of the West African Clean Energy & Environment Exhibition and Conference will profit from an official German Pavilion, a 3-day conference and the German Solar Training Week. Once again this leading energy and environment event for Ghana is organised by AHK Ghana and fairtrade. Several Ghanaian ministries, notable sponsors and international institutions support this B2B event. Admission for the exhibition and the 3-day conference is free of charge for all professionals, except the German Solar Training Week. To avoid queues at the entrance, the organisers recommend pre-registering as visitor until Friday 30 October 2015.
The centrepieces of the 4th WACEE are once again the German Pavilion and the 3-day conference with most prominent speakers. The German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) are supporting the official German Participation, giving 12 companies the platform to present their excellent products and to offer their renowned services to key players and decision makers from all over West Africa.
Most prominent speakers and an audience of leaders in policy and economics will discuss urgent issues on Ghana”s energy supply, RE potential and environment at the top-level 3-day conference with the title “Renewable Energy and Environment: Regulation and Implementation”. Both events are free of charge for the visitors, but restricted to professionals from the industry.
Being held concurrently with the 4th WACEE, the German Solar Training Week will take place at the AICC on 3-6 November 2015. The participation fee amounts 300 GHC for all 4 days and participants have to register themselves via the website of WACEE.
New in 2015: WACEE partners with GhanaRE, organised by the Energy Commission and focusing on “Renewable Energy Technologies for Sustainable Development“. The event provides a common platform for government agencies, private sector, industry players, financiers, investors, researchers, project developers, manufacturers, dealers, civil society organizations, NGO”s and consumers to meet and deliberate on issues towards the rapid utilization of renewable energy resources in Ghana.