Join GOGLA and RECP for a seminar on achieving successful public-private sector cooperation on sustainable development goals. The seminar will be held on 31 May, directly after the GOGLA AGM at the Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen, Amsterdam.
You will learn about the latest insights and new developments on key success factors to build public-private partnerships. Join a discussion on how the off-grid solar industry can accelerate real progress on electricity access in developing countries, and which lessons can be drawn from earlier successes for future cooperation.
The program will look as follows:
13.00 – 13.30: Registration
13.30 – 15.00: Plenary conference: The future of cooperation between donors and industry actors; addressing the electricity access gap in the years to come
Moderator: Ms. Kitty van der Heijden – Director Europe & Africa, World Resources Institute
Mr. Richard Gomes – Head of Policy and Advocacy, Shell Foundation
IFC – speaker to be confirmed
DfID – speaker to be confirmed
RECP – speaker to be confirmed
Debate and discuss around new programs and challenging statements
Ms. Leslie Labruto – Global Energy Lead, Acumen
Mr. Willem Nolens – Founder & CEO, SolarNow
Ms. Saskia Werther – Programme Manager, DOEN Foundation
Ms. Jessica Stephens – Global Coordinator, African Minigrid Developers Association
Mr. Kirubi Gathu – Founder & CEO, SunTransfer Kenya
REEEP – speaker to be confirmed
15.00 – 15.45: Network break
15.45 – 17.30: Round table sessions (more to be announced soon)
17.00 – 19.30: Reception with key note private sector speaker (more to be announced soon)
The event will be free of charge for GOGLA members and partners.
For non-members and other interested stakeholders an entrance fee of EUR 100,- will apply. Please buy your ticket here.