The University of Ghana’s Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) is pleased to join forces with the European University Institute’s School of Transnational Governance and the African Capacity Building Foundation in organising, from July 5 to 7, 2023, a high-level conference titled “Climate finance for sustainable energy transition in Africa.” The event will take place on July 5, 2023 at the ISSER conference centre.
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Distinguished guests and participants, including representatives from the Government of Ghana, the African Union, the European Union, multilateral organisations, financial institutions, academic institutions, energy companies, and regulators, will explore the pivotal role of national and international stakeholders in accelerating the transition towards a sustainable energy sector in West Africa, with a special focus on climate finance.
The conference will feature prominent speakers, including Honourable Dr Amin Adams (Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance of Ghana), Dr. Robert Bright Mawuko Sogbadji (Director Renewables, Ministry of Energy of Ghana), Professor Renaud Dehousse (President of the European University Institute), and other esteemed experts from the fields of energy, sustainability and climate action.
The discussions will revolve around vital topics such as climate finance, sustainable energy solutions, and the critical actions needed to drive the transition towards a greener and more prosperous future for Africa. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions, exchange knowledge and best practices, and foster collaboration on sustainable energy transitions.
Morning sessions will zoom in on a vision for the sustainable energy transition in Africa and how to finance it. In the afternoon, young leaders take the stage to discuss how the next generation contributes to a more sustainable future. The full conference programme is available here.
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For more information on this event, please contact ISSER Communications and Publications Officer, Vicentia Quartey at email@example.com, 00233 (0)244766492.