Renewable Energy for Resilient Healthcare in Nigeria

Renewable Energy for Resilient Healthcare in Nigeria

The webinar is part of the project ‘Strengthening Nigeria’s Responses to COVID-19: Renewable Energy for Resilient Healthcare Systems in Rural Areas’, supported by the Global Research Fund (GCRF) and the Scottish Funding Council.  This project is a UK-Nigeria collaboration to identify business models for healthcare facilities in Nigeria using reliable and long-term renewable energy
 
Please, register for the event using the Eventbrite link: https://re-for-health-in-nigeria.eventbrite.com.
Date: Thursday, August 5th, 11 am – 12.45 pm (UK & West Africa Time)

Programme

Chair of Sessions: Dr Maria Augusta Paim, Research Fellow, CEPMLP

11.00 Welcome

Professor Volker Roeben, Professor of Energy Law International Law and Global Regulation, University of Dundee, Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law & Policy (CEPMLP)

Dr Xiaoyi Mu, Reader in Energy Economics, CEPMLP

11.10 Panels

Dr Obindah Gershon, Senior Lecturer, Covenant University, Centre for Economic Policy and Development Research (CEPDeR): ‘Bankable business models for sustainably powering Primary Health Centres (PHCs)’

Dr Adebola Adeyemi, partner at PAC Solicitors: ‘Assessing Commercial Considerations and Incentives for RE Generation in Nigeria’

11.45 Discussions

Dr Sanusi Ohiare, Executive Director, Rural Electrification Funds (REF), and Board Member Rural Electrification Agency, Nigeria

Mr Luc Severi, Senior Energy Access Specialist, Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

Mr Ali Yasir, lead on country-specific work on renewable electrification of rural healthcare facilities, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

12.30 Q&A

We look forward to seeing you on the 5th of August.

All the best,