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High-level Norwegian delegation to promote energy security and transition during African Energy Week

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High-level Norwegian delegation to promote energy security and transition during African Energy Week

We look forward to entering African markets and finalizing opportunities with high level African delegations during African Energy Week.

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 12, 2021 / APO Group / –

The African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) is proud to announce the participation of a high-level Norwegian delegation to the African Energy Week, which will take place from 9 to 12 November 2021 in Cape Town. As one of the world’s largest energy exporters and a leader in the production of renewable energy, Norway plays an important role in the global energy sector. With its diverse energy mix from conventional energy sources, as well as its strong footprint in renewable energies such as hydropower, Norway is a prime example that serves as a representation of the successful diversification of a country’s energy mix. .

The participation of the Norwegian delegation in the African Energy Week should not only encourage a dialogue around renewable energy projects, but also foster a lasting relationship between African investment opportunities and Norwegian investors. The delegation of Earth Wind and Power, Valinor, PetroNor and other Norwegian stakeholders will present in Cape Town the opportunities for cooperation between Norway and Africa.

“We believe that digitization will play a huge role in the ongoing African energy transition. We look forward to entering African markets and finalizing opportunities with high level African delegations during African Energy Week, ”said Earth Wind and Power co-founder and former Minister of Justice and from the Norwegian Public Security, Ms. Ingvil Smines Tybing. -Gjedde. Earth Wind & Power provides energy companies with an ESG solution for the use and reuse of flue gas and surplus energy sources by positioning modular data center units at power generation sites. Earth Wind and Power is expected to sign various Letters of Intent during its visit to African Energy Week.

With a strong focus on African financing mechanisms that enhance both the oil and gas industry as well as the energy transition, Africa Energy Week (AEW) 2021 in Cape Town will be the platform where will be concluded. agreements concerning the energy future of Africa. The Norwegian delegation pledged to intensify investments in Africa, promote partnerships, regional collaboration and multilateral financing mechanisms in the development of the energy sector.

“The energy transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time. At Valinor, one of our areas of intervention is to reduce energy poverty by promoting access to clean and reliable energy in developing countries, particularly in Africa. Our investments are creating sustainable African businesses in these areas, and we hope to have a strong impact with our African stakeholders, ”concluded Lars Helge Helvig, President of Valinor.

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