Project Development Programme

Project development in Kenya German Training Week within the Project Development Programme (PDP)


Begin: 01/11/2021
End: 26/11/2021
Location: online
Field of application/technology: Energy generation, Solar energy
Country of implementation: Kenya
Target area: Africa, East Africa

A German Training Week for the Kenian market will take place from 1.11. to 26.11.2021

Connect with German companies

The German Training Week – Project Development aims to expand your network and practical experience with German experts from the solar PV industry. It offers you the perfect opportunity to strengthen project development skills and to establish long-term partnerships with highly qualified German companies in the solar PV industry.

The language of the presentation would be English. The five-module course is structured as follows over 4 weeks:

Module 1 Course overview Project Phases, stakeholders of project development, Finance of projects
Module 2Technical Aspects Introduction into the Solar PV Technology, Assessment of PV-Resources and energy output, PV-System Design, Concepts for on-site electricity generation and consumption, suitability of locations, construction, operation and maintenance of PV-systems
Module 3 Commercial/ Financial Aspects Electricity load profiles, business models, financial modelling, business opportunities for project developers
Module 4Legal Aspects Main investment risks, Power Purchase Agreements (PPA), leasing model, EPC-contracts, O&M contracts, project finance agreements, regulatory issues and insurance issues
Module 5Communication Project Documentation, successful preparation for project development, final test

The training is free of charge.

Project Development Programme of the German Energy Solutions Initiative

The Digital German Training Week (GTW) – Project Development is organised as part of the German Energy Solutions Initiative under the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. With the GTW the Project Development Programme (PDP) aims to establish long-term business partnerships between German and Kenyan companies.