Mainstream Renewable Power taking part in South Africa focused talk at Africa Energy Forum 2017

34624521950 2122f81e45 zMainstream Renewable Power delivering at the Loeriesfontein wind farm in South Africa. (Image source: MainstreamRP/Flickr)Adam Treki, Commercial Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power, will participate in the Panel Discussion ‘Country Focus: South Africa’ on Wednesday, 07 June

Mainstream Renewable Power is an independent global developer of renewable energy with almost 10,000 megawatts in the development and nearly 700 megawatts delivered into construction and commercial operation. 

Mainstream Renewable Power partners governments, like the South African government through their Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement process (REIPPP), utilities and large corporations, such as IKEA to deliver exceptional projects, on time, safely and on budget, meeting their national/corporate ambitions.

Mainstream has offices in seven countries, across four continents and currently employs over 160 experienced staff in its target markets.

Mainstream have confirmed their sponsorship of the Africa Energy Forum, and Commercial Manager, Adam Treki, will participate in the Panel Discussion ‘Country Focus: South Africa’ on Wednesday, 07 June, 9.00 to 10.15.

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