Dr. Simon Tembo & Haruki Marunishi visited State House as a part of Japanese government mission

Dr. Simon Tembo & Haruki Marunishi visited State House in Lusaka, Zambia as a part of Japanese government mission, “Public and Private Sector Joint Mission for Promoting Trade and Investment in Africa”, taking place on 26-27 July, 2018 together with Japanese delegation including His Excellency Manabu Horii, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs.
For more detail (in Japanese only): https://www.mofa.go.jp/mofaj/afr/af2/page3_002514.html

 At state house, Japanese delegation with Zambian President Edgar Lungu on 26 July 2018.

At state house, Japanese delegation with Zambian President Edgar Lungu on 26 July 2018.

Dr Simon Tembo speaks at ZIMEC 2018 with CEO of ZESCO, REA and MoE.

Dr Simon Tembo presents "A New Approach to Generate Electricity in Zambia" at ZIMEC 2018 - Mining and Energy Conference June 21 - 22.

Here are the four speakers from "ZIMEC 2018 Agenda "STREAM TWO: POWER ZAMBIA".

-1 Victor Mudende, CEO, ZESCO (Zambia's national power utility)
-2 Michael Mulasikwanda, Principal Power Development Officer, Ministry of Energy
-3 Geoffrey Musonda, CEO, Rural Electrification Authority
-4 Dr. Simon Tembo, Lecturer, University of Zambia

Haruki Marunishi invited to Seychelles Floating PV Site Visit

The Republic of the Seychelles intends to tender the right to develop, finance, own and operate a 4MW(est) floating grid-connected solar PV plant in the Lagoon le Rocher.

Haruki Marunishi was invited to "Tender information session and site visit, Africa's first utility scale floating solar PV IPP" at The Savoy Hotel, Mahè, Seychelles, April 26, 2018.

Director, Haruki Marunishi invited to World Bank Group event, "Scaling Solar Initiative"

Director, Haruki Marunishi was invited to the launch of the "Scalling Solar Initiative" on 7th, May at Lusaka South Multi-Facility Economic Zone(LSMFEZ).

Scaling Solar is a World Bank Group Program that facilitates the rapid development of privately owned utility-scale solar projects in sub-Saharan Africa.

Here is a link of the local newspaper report about the event.