Ghana to host first-ever Electric Revolution Africa E-Mobility conference
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Ghana to host first-ever Electric Revolution Africa E-Mobility conference

Ghana will be hosting its first ever Electric Revolution Africa (ERA) E-Mobility Conference in Accra scheduled for July 9-10, 2024 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.

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The ERA E-Mobility Conference is an energy transition-driven event aimed at maximising business collaboration for economic development in Africa and accelerating the growth of the African e-mobility ecosystem. 

It will address pressing policy challenges and explore opportunities for sustainable e-mobility.

The two-day event offers a capacity building platform to propel Africa towards a sustainable energy transition, reduce carbon emissions, and boost economic growth through the e-mobility industry. 

Organised by the Energy Quest Foundation in partnership with the United Nations and the Ministries of Energy, Transport, and Environment Science and Technology, the conference is themed “The New ERA: Innovation and Sustainability.”

The inaugural edition will feature dialogues, exhibitions, corporate networking sessions, and an electric vehicle show (EV Experience), providing a premier platform for policymakers, development partners, industry leaders, and stakeholders to converge and drive advancements in electric mobility in Africa.

Conference discussions will cover environmental sustainability, climate change, feasible means to promote electric mobility in Africa, energy transition in Africa, and Trade and Investments among others. 

Notable attendees will include; Damilola Ogunbiyi- CEO and UN SRSG for Sustainable Energy for All, Co-Chair of UN Energy; R. Yoofi Grant, CEO of GIPC, Dr Riverson Oppong, PhD- CEO of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies Ghana; Charles Abani- United Nations Resident Coordinator, Ghana and Ademola Ogunbanjo- Executive Vice President of Oando Clean Energy from Nigeria.

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