Africa Ener­gy

Start-Ups Series

Pro­duc­tive Use:


in coop­er­a­tion with:

Web­sem­i­nar in English

Tues­day, 19th July 2022
14h00 Lagos | 15h00 Freiburg | 15h00 Kigali | 16h00 Nairobi

The main impacts of solar elec­tric­i­ty on agri­cul­tur­al activ­i­ties are described as increased pro­duc­tiv­i­ty (includ­ing high­er yields, low­er loss­es and faster pro­duc­tion) and improved nat­ur­al resource management.

In this webi­nar we will:

  • Dis­cuss how solar-pow­ered cool­ing solu­tions that are ener­gy-sav­ing and min­i­mize man­u­fac­tur­ing footprint
  • Dis­cuss how action­able infor­ma­tion for stake­hold­ers in val­ue chain hence clos­ing the gap
  • Learn how to sup­port for­m­ers in pro­duc­ing high qual­i­ty afford­able and sus­tain­able ways of farming
  • Demon­strate how to spur inno­va­tion and inspi­ra­tion for socio-eco­nom­ic trans­for­ma­tion by bring­ing inge­nious solu­tion to sup­port com­mu­ni­ties in the base of the pyramid

Star­tups pre­sent­ing in this webinar:

  • Emmas­tel­la Gakuo — Co-founder and COO at Savan­na Circuit
  • Tra­cy Kimathi — Founder at Baridi
  • Lly­ord Mwani­ki — COO at Zuhu­ra Solutions

Mod­er­a­tion: Emma Colen­bran­der, Head of the Glob­al Dis­trib­u­tors Collective

Par­tic­i­pa­tion is free of charge, reg­is­ter here.

The “Africa Ener­gy Start-Ups Series” is a col­lab­o­ra­tion between Startup|Energy and AFSIA which will present inno­v­a­tive African start-ups every 2 months on a mul­ti­tude of top­ics such as e‑mobility, stor­age, fin­tech and pro­duc­tive use to cite a few. The spir­it of this series is to pro­mote African start-ups, for Africans by Africans and to present how inno­v­a­tive they are to poten­tial part­ners and investors com­ing from the rest of the world.

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