The Samawat Energy team had the pleasure of attending the Women Leaders and the Global Transformation Summit in Marrakech, on the sidelines of COP22 -- following an invitation from H.E. Minister Delegate for the Environment Hakima El Haite, under the high patronage of His Royal Highness King Mohamed VI of Morocco. Pictured here is Dina Tagemouati, Co-Founder of Samawat Energy, taking the stage and tackling the question of youth involvement in innovation, energy, and adaptability in Africa.
The Samawat Energy team took part in numerous productive discussions surrounding the impact lack of electrification has in off-grid locations across sub-Saharan Africa.
Samawat Energy has officially partnered with Espace Point de Départ (ESPOD). Founded in 1992, ESPOD is a Moroccan organization that promotes female enterprises. Socially engaged through its various activities, ESPOD is an active player in the economic advancement of women and the development of female entrepreneurship in Morocco.
Samawat Energy has formally partnered with EnergyNet Ltd., and is officially a Member of their Off The Grid Club - alongside industry pioneers such as Solektra International's Akon Lighting Africa Initiative, M-KOPA Solar, and Off-Grid: Electric.
EnergyNet Ltd. organizes a global portfolio of investment meetings, investment forums and executive dialogues focused specifically on the power and industrial sectors across Africa.
Best known for the Africa Energy Forum, EnergyNet has worked in Europe, the USA, China and across the African continent for the last 23 years to facilitate investment summits where international investors can build relationships with credible African public sector stakeholders.
COP22: The UN Conference on Climate Change will begin in 60 days. The conference will culminate with concrete global actions and declarations -- paving the way for the launch of Samawat Energy, alongside prominent world leaders.