Over 1,500 people will participate in the seventh edition of the West African Clean Energy and Environment Trade Fair and Conference (WACEE ‘19) which will be hosted in Accra from November 6th to 8th, 2019.
More than 30 top level speakers are expected at the conference which will have about 40 exhibitors with keen interests in exploring opportunities in the West African energy and environment ecosystems such as automotive and transport, biofuel and agriculture, energy management and efficiency, energy storage, E-waste, innovative packaging and construction.
The three-day conference, which has been relaunched on the theme: “WACEE goes greener”, will bring together, industry experts from three focus industrial sectors, namely; Clean Energy, Circular Economy and Water.”
The delegate at the German Industry and Commerce in Ghana, Mr Michael Blank, told media practitioners during a briefing in Accra that the conference would highlight on harnessing innovation for a sustainable future with speakers from sectors such as politics, business, energy and environment from Ghana and West Africa.
He said the event would include open interactive sessions, insightful workshops, tailor-made training programmes and an exhibition.
Mr Blank noted that each time they organised the event, they tried to improve on it.
He stressed that Germany had the competency in a number of areas, adding that for this year’s event, they would come out with a different WACEE, adding that they did not want to just organise a conference but to add the traditional aspect to the programme to make it more exciting and attractive.
The delegate pointed out that, “Since its inception in 2012, WACEE organised by the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana (AHK Ghana) has developed into one of the most relevant meeting grounds for renewable energy and environment topics in West Africa.”