In the third webinar of the series, the African Forum of Utility Regulators (AFUR), and GET.transform will present further findings from the toolbox of African model mini-grid regulations. This time, the expert speakers will discuss what it takes for regulation to promote the bankability of mini-grid projects.
AFUR with its member working group on the African Model Mini-Grid Regulations, aims to develop a compendium of knowledge products, based on regulator experience, documenting latest developments and continental best practice in mini-grid regulations. With support from GET.transform, the resulting tools shall equip regulators with best practices to overcome regulatory challenges and inform them on pitfalls in the mini-grid regulatory space. At the same time, the tools can be applicable across various jurisdictions and can contribute to the convergence of mini-grid regulation across the African continent and beyond.
The panel for African Model Mini-Grid Regulations: Regulations Enabling Bankability of Mini-Grids, will include the following experts:
- Debbie Roets, Executive Secretary, AFUR
- Samuel S. Bunnya, Project Coordinator, AFUR
- Temitope Udo-Affia, Portfolio Lead Off-Grid Regulation & Market Development, GET.transform
- Dolapo Kukoyi, Managing Partner, Detail Solicitors
- Nico Peterschmidt, CEO, Inensus
Register now to join live on the day: bit.ly/AFUR28Nov