Seminar in Addis Ababa Nov 21st
Zero CO2 and reduced energy costs – advantages for African industries. Use Solar Thermal for increased completeness in textile, food and beverage sectors
Multinational companies like IKEA and Unilever have declared to become Zero CO2 until 2030. H&M has declared that all purchases will be carbon neutral from 2030. The pressure on suppliers to become zero CO2 will increase.
African industries have in general higher energy costs than their competitors in Asia and Europe. With 2-3 times higher energy cost, it is difficult to compete on the export market.
Each square meter in sunny Africa receive the energy equivalent to 160 litres of diesel. With solar energy, African companies can both cut the CO2-emissions and reduce the costs of energy.
Thursday 21st of November 14:00 – 16:00 Addis Ababa
- study of 18 H&M textile suppliers and example of road to zero CO2
- solar powered evaporator for zero liquid disposal in food & beverage industry
- use solar energy maps to see where solar thermal is cheaper than oil and gas
Find out if your industry can switch to solar thermal and become Zero CO2 with examples from South Africa, Kenya and Ethiopia. Speaker: Joakim Byström, CEO Absolicon Solar Collector AB.
The registration is now closed, please contact Absolicon for future activities
Venue: Embassy of Sweden (Yared St. Opposite Black Lion Hospital) Lideta Sub-City, Woreda 09, House No 891 Addis Ababa
Please note that only registered participants will be allowed entry to the embassy