Fibon Energy is a finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards: South Africa’s Future Makers

The annual Vision 2030 Awards have announced their 2019 finalists!  
The awards recognise the achievements and success stories of organisations, enterprises and individuals that are actively demonstrating alignment to the government’s Nine-Point Plan to boost economic growth and achieve the milestones set by the National Development Plan (NDP).
Fibon Energy has been nominated in the Driver For Change Award category for its commitment and significant contributions to moving the nation forward, as a leader in the sector and as a proponent of the national development plan.’
CEO of Fibon Energy, Avesh Padayachee is honoured to receive the nomination after what has been a significant year for the company in its vision to drive renewable energy solutions in the country. “It’s a great honour to receive this nomination particularly in the Driver for Change category because that’s exactly at the heart of what we do. All of our projects and innovations are about harnessing new ways of thinking about how we consume energy, generate energy and reduce cost for our clients,” says Avesh.
Leading by example, the winners showcased by the Awards will inspire their sector peers, and stakeholders nationwide to pledge commitment to the NDP – not in words alone but also in actions that move the nation forward.
Avesh notes, “the Vision 2030 Awards and Summit identify and share best practices of companies that have implemented successful development and investment projects and can clearly demonstrate success with measurable returns in relation to projects aligned to the NDP.”
The winners will be announced and celebrated on 20 November 2019 at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni.

CEO of Fibon Energy Awarded Entrepreneur of Year, 2018 in South Africa

On 15 November 2018, the Founder and CEO of Fibon Energy, Avesh Padayachee was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year at the 16th annual National Business Awards, South Africa. The awards recognise companies with outstanding performance in areas including sustainability, customer focus, tech innovation and fast growth. With its rigorous research and criteria, the accolade is recognised as a benchmark for business excellence.

CEO of Fibon Energy announced as a finalist in the National Business Awards

The Founder and CEO of Fibon Energy, Avesh Padayachee has been selected as a finalist in the 16th annual National Business Awards in the Top Performing Entrepreneur of 2018 category. The awards recognise companies with outstanding performance in areas including sustainability, customer focus, tech innovation and fast growth. With its rigorous research and criteria, the accolade is recognised as a benchmark for business excellence. We wish Avesh and the Fibon Energy team all the best when the awards will be announced on 15 November 2018.

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Fibon Energy Awarded South African Future Maker’s award

On 28 June 2018, Fibon Energy was awarded the South African Future Maker’s award at the Vision 2030 Awards for their work as a developer of solar assets. This award recognises the achievements of companies and individuals which have implemented successful development and investment projects that are aligned to the South African Government’s Nine-Point Plan. One of Fibon Energy’s focus was on promoting and encouraging public-private partnership investment opportunities in provincial and local government.

Fibon Energy Announced as Finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards

Fibon Energy has been announced as a finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards: South Africa’s future makers. The awards recognise the achievements and success stories of organisations, enterprises and individuals that are actively demonstrating alignment to the government’s Nine-Point Plan to boost economic growth and achieve the milestones set by the National Development Plan (NDP). The awards take place on 21 June 2018 and our CEO, Avesh Padayachee will be in attendance.

President Paul Kagame

Avesh was privileged to meet President Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda yesterday in Kigali, Rwanda. President Kagame addressed the participants in the Harvard Business School Senior Executive Program, they had an open discussion and he shared his vision for the future of Rwanda.

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