Speakers | Solar Kenya 2023


  • Lemayian C. Kimojino

    VP, Business Development, Premier Solar

    Premier Solar Solutions Limited

  • Churchil Ododa

    National Sales Manager Kenya, Sunculture Kenya Ltd.

    Churchil has over 14 years of sales and distribution experience across Kenya. He has worked for three Telecommunications companies in Kenya where he oversaw Airtel's distribution model roll out and execution, set up and executed on sales and distribution strategies at Telkom Orange and contributed to the development and management of business growth and brand distribution network at Safaricom. He has also worked for FMCG company where he successfully established a new start up (Gold Crown Beverages Ltd), selling tea leaves (Baraka Chai and Kericho Gold) into the Kenya Market.

  • NDAYISABA Edouard

    Vice Chairman & Project Manager

    Energy Private Developers (EPD)

  • Edward Tenga

    Chairman, KNCCI

    The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a NON-PROFIT autonomous, private sector institution and membership based organization. It was established in 1965 from the amalgamation of the then three existing Chambers of Commerce: the Asian,African and European Chambers, to protect and develop the interests of the business community in Kenya.

  • Viktor Polikarpov

    Vice President Sub-Saharan Africa

    About Rosatom: Rosatom is Russia's state owned nuclear corporation, it incorporates over 350 companies and employs over 270 thousand people worldwide. Rosatom is the largest generating company in Russia and produces more than 18% of electricity in the country. ROSATOM is currently the only company in the world able to offer a full range of services in the nuclear industry from the fuel supply to Nuclear Power Plant construction, from nuclear medicine to technologies of storage of nuclear waste and even a very impressive fleet of nuclear ice breakers.

  • Tosin Yusuff

    Country Director - Nigeria, African Energy Association

    Tosin represents the African Energy Association (AEA) in Nigeria. AEA is an organization of experienced negotiators, advisors, and high-level policy advocates working with governments, industry and other stakeholders to unlock access to energy resources and enhance energy supply across Africa. AEA creates a platform for African and foreign investors in the energy industry to access the best opportunities to improve the local economy across the continent.

  • John van Zuylen

    Regional Director East Africa, Middle East Solar Industry Association

    Topic: Reduce off-grid power generation cost through rental hybrid diesel-PV
    John has 8+ years of PV & power experience in Europe, the US and the Middle East, covering residential, commercial and industrial size projects. His prior roles include business development (SunSwitch), consulting (Boston Consulting Group, SoCore Energy) and project finance (GDF Suez). John authored the “MENA Solar Power Review” for the Boston Consulting Group in 2011.

  • Benedikt Boehm

    Sales Director / Executive Board Member, DHYBRID Power Systems GmbH

    Topic: Diesel + Photovoltaic = High Efficiency power supply
    Benedikt Boehm has over 10 years of experience working in the field of renewable energies and holds a degree in engineering and foreign commerce. As the Director Sales at DHYBRID Power Systems he can look back on sustainable track record and with his team he is working towards the global expansion of the company in the field of renewable energy projects.

  • Peter J. George

    Director, Advisory Services-GVEP International

    Peter George is a Director of GVEP International, a leading organization supporting the private sector that delivers energy access in sub-Saharan Africa. He is responsible for the Advisory Services group, which he founded in 2013. Peter is based in both London and Nairobi.

  • Beany Mosha

    Director, Abdas

    Mr. Mosha has 6 years experience in the promotion of trade and industry in Africa. ABDAS is an independent voluntary association that actively promotes Industry and Commerce by encouraging the establishment of new businesses, regional and international.

  • Dr. Pam Namai

    CEO, African Energy Association

    The African Energy Association links with government officials, multinational development institutions, industry, and other stakeholders to help tap into Africa’s energy supply throughout the continent. AEA is dedicated to supporting the efforts of African and Foreign Investors

  • Miguel Ferreira (MEGAJOULE)

    State of the Art Methodologies for Wind Resource Assessment.

  • Miguel Mascarenhas (BIOINSIGHT)

    Reconciling Wind & Biodiversity: The Integrated Management Approach

Note :

The list of speakers and agenda is being updated constantly. Final list will be available by near to Event.

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