Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, CEO and Co-Founder, will be a keynote speaker at AEW 2021 conference focusing on the African energy sector, with specific attention being given to Africa’s role within the global energy transition.
Participating alongside dignitaries such as OPEC General Secretary H.E. Mohammed Barkindo, as well as representatives from Energy Ministries from across the African continent and beyond, this represents a great honour for EWP.
With key themes at AEW 2021 including poverty eradication by 2030, Africa’s role within the global energy transition and the future of Africa’s energy sector, EWP Is proud to contribute insights from its innovative and sustainable solution to excess power generation as part of the company’s commitment to reduce energy poverty, enhance socio-economic development and ensure a fair and sustainable energy transition.
“I am extremely proud to be participating in the inaugural African Energy Week, with so many esteemed executives and officials. Many of the key themes on the agenda align with EWP’s values and market drivers so we look forward to sharing our insights and experience. The event also provides a great platform for our Company to introduce our sustainable offering given the benefits they provide to a broad range of stakeholders including IOCs, Independents and Host Governments.” says Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, CEO and Co-Founder of Earth Wind & Power and former Norwegian Minister of National Public Security and Deputy Minister of Petroleum and Energy.
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About Earth Wind and Power
Earth Wind & Power (EWP) provides a sustainable solution for powering datacentres by utilizing excess energy from wind, solar, geo-thermal and gas to cater for the increased computing power demand – without any negative impact on existing grids.
The company positions scalable modular datacentre units at local power production facilities around the world, taking advantage of the most energy-efficient technologies to utilise the excess energy on site for HPC when no other offtake is commercially viable, or when demand and energy prices are low.
Led by CEO and Former Norwegian Minister of National Public Security and Deputy Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, EWP was founded by pioneers from wind and solar industries as well as international E&P.