The in-person summit has now been postponed to 2023. The reasons for postponing the same became necessary following the submissions from the host country on a number of exigencies that will make it near impossible to host the event as originally planned. “We apologise for the inconvenience caused by this development,” said the organising committee for the ReEnergy Africa Summit 2022.
Furthermore, the Genesis1000 Energy Impact – a non-for-profit CSR initiative project, will be held at the Summit’s partner facilities – Owo Digital Centre, where 100 youths from Ijebu-Owo will be trained and 30 households from Ijebu-Owo Town in Ondo State, Nigeria will be provided and empowered with tier 2 and 3 requirements for standalone solar home systems.
The virtual summit will still be held on the slated dates of 26-27 October 2022, whilst the summit agendas, goals and activities remain unchanged.