The AFSIA Solar Awards are back at the Africa Energy Forum in 2021

AFSIA SOLAR AWARDS 2021

The AFSIA Solar Awards are back at the Africa Energy Forum this year

We are excited to be collaborating once again with the AFSIA to bring to you the 2nd edition of the AFSIA awards, in London on 16 November 2021. The AFSIA Solar Awards are held to honour the excellence of all professionals and companies of the African solar industry for their activities and contribution to the sector.

All applicants submitted their entry in the 16 Categories. Nominees will soon be announced.


Find out more about the Winners of the 2020 AFSIA awards, including African Development Bank for DFI of the Year.

Join the nominees and winners at aef21 on 15-17 November at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, London. Register for aef.

aef will feature two interactive boardrooms dedicated to solar renewable energy, with senior speakers including Somalia's Energy Minister, followed by the Awards ceremony on Tuesday 16 November, in London. Register for the agenda.


The AFSIA Solar Awards is the industry-leading awards ceremony. This event is held to honour the excellence of all professionals of the African solar industry for their activities and contribution to the sector. It is a testament to the competence, ingenuity, and vision of its participants recognizing and celebrating their undisputable accomplishments.
 
“The AFSIA Solar Awards will once again recognize excellence in innovation, professionalism, industry best practices and HSE standards. This ceremony aims at celebrating the brightest and the best that the African solar industry has to offer. But it will also underline the incredible growth and development currently experienced by the solar industry in Africa.” said Ines Dushime, Manager of the AFSIA Solar Awards.
Meet the jury
Applications to the AFSIA Solar Awards will be assessed by some of the best experts of the African solar industry. They will review every application independently and will nominate the outstanding ones in each category.
 
This year the jury is composed of Demi Edosomwan from TotalEnergies Ventures, Catherine Mukobo from ACERD, Tony Tiyou from Renewables in Africa, Wale Shonibare from AfDB, Ujunwa Ojemeni from the Ministry of Energy & Natural Resources - Lagos State Government, Salma Okonkwo from UBI Group, Wikus Kruger from the Power Futures Lab at the University of Cape Town and Dr. Harald Schützeichel from the Solar Energy Foundation.