Webinar – Geothermal innovation for financial development in East Africa, Sept. 29, 2020


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How can geothermal vitality stimulate financial growth past easy energy technology in East Africa? That is the important thing theme of a webinar to be held in cooperation between USEA, USAID and the United Nations Power Program (UNEP) below the auspices of the Africa Geothermal Centre of Excellence (AGCE).

Be a part of the U.S. Power Affiliation (USEA), the U.S. Company for Worldwide Improvement (USAID) and the United Nations Power Program (UNEP) below the auspices of the Africa Geothermal Centre of Excellence (AGCE) for an additional webinar as a part of the Geothermal Innovation for Financial Progress in East Africa collection offered by the U.S.- East Africa Geothermal Partnership (EAGP).

  • Date: September 29, 2020 at 8am EDT (3pm EAT)

Geothermal vitality has numerous advantages, primarily offering clear grid energy on the lowest doable value.  Geothermal energy crops can even present financial advantages past energy (or warmth) as a option to stimulate and assist the socio-economic growth of nations in East Africa, particularly close to the plant itself.  Nevertheless, revolutionary applied sciences in different industries can present higher energy output and higher worth, particularly when total grid prices are thought-about.

On this webinar, Kevin Kitz, founding father of KitzWorks LLC an expert engineer and geothermal specialist will focus on ways in which geothermal can stimulate financial growth past easy energy technology. Kitz can even focus on improvements that amplify geothermal useful resource advantages, each on the grid and as an engine of native financial development in East Africa.  Since there isn’t a one “finest” technique, the workshop construction and purpose is for members to start out creating methods tailor-made to their explicit sources, wants, and alternatives.

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This webinar will probably be recorded and posted on the USEA web site.

For any questions please e-mail Derek Burke at [email protected]