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Data centres are among the most complex and energy-demanding facilities in the world. Currently, the world's data centres consumed 3% of global electricity with a growth project to 20% by 2025. These power hungry data centres are now responsible for 2% of global CO2 emissions, a similar share of the entire aviation industry. This value potentially will escalate to 14% by 2040.


The presenters will provide their views on the ways to improve the investment climate for energy efficiency and to find policy solutions and incentive schemes to make energy efficiency projects viable. They will talk of the role of private sector and financial institutions in implementing energy efficiency measures and projects and what governments can do to facilitate this.

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Warren Ondanje

CEO and Co-Founder in Kawitrack (1-5 years of experience, speaks English)

We are a provider of energy efficiency content and monitoring to the commercial and industrial sectors in Kenya

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Riasat Noor

Senior Research Associate in The Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (1-5 years of experience, speaks English)

Riasat is an energy policy expert with experience in wide spare of industry verticals and expertise in quantitative and qualitative analysis. He heads national and international power...

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Neeraj Joshi

Technical Advisor-Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency in IPC – Internationale Projekt Consult GmbH (6-10 years of experience, speaks English)

As a Technical EE/RE Expert, Neeraj supports IPC projects in the area of green finance and environmental management and conducts short- and long-term missions in the framework of such projects worldwide, responsibilities include: - conducting research for and contributing texts to technical proposals for energy finance and environmental management projects - conducting market studies on energy sectors and investment potential, technological levels, suppliers, and local know-how - defining...