The event, the largest in the sector on the continent and in which 42 African countries and more than 400 specialists have participated, took place in Ouagadugo (Burkina Faso) on October 8 and 9. This year, SEERA has focused on regional integration processes to help achieve a Sustainable Energy Transition.
Zagare Olivia Solange Wenegouda, professor at the Burkinabe University of Koudougou, will be the first Burkinabe woman with a Renewable Energy Doctor in her country.
The contribution of the USC in the Congress has been completed with a presentation by the Professor of the Master in Renewable Energies, Climate Change and Sustainable Development A. López-Agüera. The dissertation focused on the first results of the sustainable energy transition map for the Sahel countries.