Africa has the capacity to be the most promising upcoming geothermal region. Not only Kenya, but other countries located along the East African Rift Valley reveal a compelling geothermal potential that can be unlocked for environmentally friendly energy production.
In keeping with its slogan “Africa has been earmarked as the next hot market for geothermal development”, the GeoPower Africa 2013 conference invites speakers and visitors to the Hyatt Regency in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on 16 and 17, July,2013.
Geothermal Power Tanzania Ltd (GPT) will attend GeoPower Africa 2013. In his “60 second speaker interview” Dr. Horst Kreuter, a director of GPT, gives a résumé on the notable progressions Africa has made in developing geothermal energy as a renewable energy resource. Horst emphasizes the necessary technical advancement required, regulatory issues, investor’s demands and where the African geothermal industry will be within the next few years.
Read the full interview here: 60 Second Speaker Interview with Dr. Horst Kreuter
Meet and discuss with GPT at GeoPower Africa 2013 in Tanzania.