REPP and AMDA would like to invite you to attend our upcoming webinar series from 13:00-14:30 GMT on Monday, 3 December and Wednesday, 5 December.
Most mini-grid developers are required to guarantee the environmental and social integrity of their projects by complying with IFC Performance Standards or similar measures – but this can often be an onerous and complicated process.
The aim of this two-part webinar series is to guide mini-grid developers through the IFC’s standards and assist them in establishing Environmental and Social Management Systems (ESMS) suitable to their needs.
Participants can expect to:
- Acquire a detailed understanding of the IFC’s requirements;
- Understand the environmental and social impacts of solar mini-grids; and
- Receive and understand tools to establish an ESMS for solar mini-grids.
This webinar series is primarily aimed at project developers, but will be of interest to relevant government institutions and environmental and social consultants.
Book your place
You can check out the agendas for both sessions – which include the names of speakers – by clicking on the registration links below. You are encouraged to join both sessions to get a comprehensive understanding of the IFC Performance Standards, but be aware that you will need to register for each session.
Monday, 3 December – Session 1: Structure of IFC Performance Standards and Key Impacts of Mini-grids
Wednesday, 5 December – Session 2: Management Plans according to IFC Performance Standards
Note: Participation is limited to the first 100 registrations, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
About the organisers
The Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP) was founded in 2015 to catalyse the growth of sub-Saharan Africa’s renewable energy sector by helping developers overcome barriers to finance. It is managed by Camco Clean Energy, a leader in climate finance and renewable energy investments.
The Africa Mini-grid Developers Association (AMDA) was created by mini-grid developers and is supported by donors, governments and financiers to help ensure universal electrification in the next 15 years. It is Africa’s first trade association dedicated to the mini-grid industry, and works closely with a variety of solution providers, including EPCs, hardware and software vendors and integrators