“RES4MED was founded in 2012 with the goal of helping to create the necessary regulatory, infrastructural and financial conditions for the spread of plants and systems of renewable energy on a large scale throughout the area of the Mediterranean.”
RES4MED also believes it is essential to develop the potential and capacities of human capital, to optimise the contributions of technology, finance and politics and accelerate a country's progress. The creation of specific know-how and the development of training activities are crucial activities for the association. Strengthening the role of individuals along the value chain becomes a crucial element of any sustainable development project.
The conference, which will be opened at 9:30 by Roberto Vigotti, General Secretary of RES4MED, and Antonio Cammisecra, CEO of Enel Green Power, will be an occasion to discuss policies, solutions and regulatory paths able to bring energy to Africa, in line with the topics that already emerged last 9 April during the event “Africa 2030: Empowering the continent through innovation, green tech solutions and capacity building”, organised in Rome by the Enel Foundation, RES4Africa and Africa-EU Energy Partnership (Aeep) and promoted by the Ministry of Economic Development as part of G7 Energy.
To tackle the challenge that the African continent offers in relation to its potentials and growth opportunities in the sector of renewable energy, RES4MED launched RES4AFRICA in May of last year, a project that broadens the geographic scope of the association that then exports the success of its operating model beyond the Mediterranean.
“For years, Enel Green Power has believed that Africa is a true laboratory for innovation and experimentation, able to offer a fundamental contribution to the entire energy sector.”