Mini-Grid Webinar Series by the Hydro Empowerment Network

The Hydro Empowerment Network is offering a free webinar entitled “Why Mini-Grid Technologies (PV, Biomass, Diesel, Micro/Mini Hydro, Wind, and Hybrid Systems) Need to be Differentiated” on May 4, 2017.

This is the first in a series of three webinars on mini-grids and will highlight the important technical and non-technical features, as well as pros and cons of mini-grids based on different energy sources to create awareness of the need for differentiation of mini-grid systems. It will also discuss the key points that need to be considered while designing rural electrification programmes with different renewable energy technologies.

The webinar will take place on May 4, 2017 at 2:00 PM CEST.

 

Speakers

Bikash Pandey, Winrock InternationalXavier Vallvé, Trama TecnoAmbiental (TTA)

 

Organisers

Energypedia, the Hydro Empowerment Network and the Skat Foundation

More information on this webinar series is available on Energypedia’s website.

The two upcoming webinars will cover the topics of “Grid Interconnection” (June 2017) and “Productive End Use” (July 2017). More details will be announced soon.

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