It is not often that Africa contributes to the world’s energy supply, but when it does it can certainly make a major impact. There are many upcoming energy conferences that Africa is set to play a vital role at, and if you are interested in having your share of those experiences, then you will want to attend an Africa Renewable Energy Expo. It is actually one of the biggest conferences of its kind, organized annually by the Africa Research Council.
One of the things that makes this event so unique is its focus on renewable sources of energy, specifically solar energy and geothermal energy. These two are fairly new forms of energy that can be used to significantly reduce the harmful effects on the environment brought about by other forms of energy use. You can also make sure that you stay at one of the best hotels at the event. The venues are perfect for conferences and events. They have everything you could ever need for an enjoyable business trip or even a family vacation.
Africa Renewable Energy Expo is set to take place in South Africa from 22 to 27 April 2021. It has become a huge success since its inception, with more than ten thousand attendees. The idea to host such a conference is to bring together minds and experts from all over the world to discuss the use of renewable energy. In doing so, the organizers hope to lay the ground for the future development of geothermal power stations and solar panels. Many people are also interested in obtaining free solar panels to supplement their home’s energy needs.
It is no secret that Africa is a huge potential area for tapping into renewable energy sources. If we look at the map of the world, then there are large concentrations of sunlight around the equator, and Africa is one of the few places where the sun shines for months out of the year. This means there are plenty of locations around the world where you can tap into this renewable energy source cheaply. This is why conferences like Africa Renewable Energy Expo are created to help gather ideas and potentials for renewable energy usage.
Wind energy is another option for a renewable energy source. However, in some parts of Africa, the wind is too weak to generate substantial amounts of energy. Thus this energy source will have to be developed first. Similarly, hydroelectricity can also be a potential alternative to the above mentioned energy sources. But Africa is largely untapped potential for these energy sources; most of these areas are remote and they lack the infrastructure needed to implement these energy solutions.
Africa has a lot to gain from exploring renewable energy sources. These sources are responsible for lessening the total amount of carbon dioxide emissions produced by the world’s countries. Also, Africa is home to many bio-diversity hotspots, which are a critical part of conserving and protecting these natural resources. Besides all of these positives, Africa is an unexplored potential area for a diversified renewable energy source. Investing now will only help them discover new vistas in the field of bioenergy.