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28th of February 2019
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Azelio at SpareBank 1's energy conference in Oslo

A conference on the topic of transition from fossil to renewable. Aside from the obvious effects of improving for the environment and society, it is now becoming an economical choice. However, a clearly highlighted point of what is missing are solutions for distributed production with storage for around the clock use without the need for new and expensive electricity grids. During the conference a parallel was made to the development of phones, where countries that lack copper networks skip that step and directly build distributed systems with mobile phones. The same is now happening in energy and electricity and that market has a huge potential. You can see Jonas Eklind's presentation here: https://bit.ly/2TlLEOe 

Azelio's CEO, Jonas Eklind, at SpareBank 1's energy conference

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IAE highlights Africa’s role in shaping global energy trends

The International Energy Agency (IEA) highlights Africa’s role in shaping global energy trends in its Africa Energy Outlook 2019, https://www.iea.org/africa2019/. The report concludes that Africa in 2040 could meet the energy demands of an economy four times larger than today’s with only 50% more energy. Better access to energy will be key in achieving growth but it requires investments. If policy makers put a strong emphasis on clean energy technologies solar PV could become the continent’s largest electricity source in terms of installed capacity by 2040.