From 06 to 08 November 2019 BAE Batterien GmbH (BAE) exhibited at the 7th West Africa Clean Energy and Environment trade show & conference in the city of Accra, Ghana.
This conference served as a platform for local and foreign business institutions that are involved in one way or another in the renewable energy, environment protection, water sourcing and recycling industries to showcase their technology and projects in the West African region. Attendees of the conference had the chance to learn more about different issues and topics discussed by a large number of speakers and experts. They gave their insights about new developments in financing of renewable energy projects, new recycling methods and technics as well as current socio-political aspects in the thriving West African nation of Ghana and its surroundings.
BAE had the chance to talk to a large number of attendees that were interested in learning about “Made in Germany” premium lead batteries. Among these prospects were business owners, decision makers and technical advisors of local companies. One of the topics discussed were the acquisition and use the highest quality lead batteries for their energy storage projects or for the implementation in hybrid power solutions in combination with photovoltaic and wind power.
Parallel to the trade fair program, from 05 to 08 November, the side event of the German Solar Training Week took place. The target group of this simultaneous event were renewable energy project financers, local government entities and solar energy companies. Speakers and presenters during this conference were German companies ranging from technology providers, financing advisors, training academies and other organisations. BAE presented an informative session about the basics of premium lead batteries as a technology solution for renewable energy projects.
The conference, trade show and training week concluded with a very positive feedback from attendees as well as local co-exhibitors that demonstrated a great interest in working together to bring exiting renewable energy projects and businesses to life in the West Africa region.