Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables
15 November 2017 to 16 November 2017
RSA House, London
Now in its fourth year, AIX: Power and Renewables brings established and non-traditional investment sources (including private equity firms, family offices, foundations, institutional investors) together with project developers and other stakeholders for a frank discussion of the challenges facing investors along the electricity value chain.

Now in its fourth year, AIX: Power and Renewables brings established and non-traditional investment sources (including private equity firms, family offices, foundations, institutional investors) together with project developers and other stakeholders for a frank discussion of the challenges facing investors along the electricity value chain.

Sponsored by DLA Piper and Globeleq, the meeting is held under the Chatham House Rule and structured around interactive panel-led sessions.

Co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, the 2017 programme highlights will include:

  • DFI and private sector perspectives on the project lifecycle from concept and early stage development through to financial close and operation.
  • Analysis of successful blended finance transactions in the power sector.
  • Off-grid models and investment trends
  • Frank discussion of political risk and governance issues affecting early stage development
  • Key industry, country and regional snapshots

Take a look at the most recent agenda

Limited to around 130 senior level participants drawn from DFIs, private investors, developers and government policymakers, AIX: Power & Renewables provides a rare opportunity for real engagement on the issues and challenges facing the development of power projects in Africa. Last year's meeting sold out.

There is a 30% discount which runs until 26 May.

Price payable: £1,190 plus VAT (full price £1,700 plus VAT)

Book online or contact Lauren Andrews for an invoice. Tel: +44 1424 721667.

Discount rates are available if you are thinking of sending more than one delegate.

 

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Participants in 2016 included:

Project developers

Africa Power Corporation, Akiira Geothermal, Aldwych International, BioTherm Energy, BWSC, Cheniere Energy, Corbetti Geothermal, Eleqtra, Electricity Company of Ghana, Endeavor Energy, Energias de Portugal, Engie, Gamesa, Geometric Power, Globeleq, InfraCo Africa, Joule Africa, Kalahari GeoEnergy, Madhvani Group, Mainstream Renewable Power, Pan Africa Solar, Proton Energy, Quantum Power East Africa, Vestas, Yingli Green Energy Europe

Officials and regional bodies

Agence Nationale pour les Energies Renouvelables (Senegal); Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations du Sénégal; Electricity Regulatory Authority (Uganda); Energy Advisor to the President of South Africa; Renewable Energy & Rural Power Access Department, Federal Ministry of Power, Works & Housing, Nigeria

Finance and investors

Abraaj Group, Actis, Africa Finance Corporation, Africa GreenCo, Aggelos Capital, AIIM, Berkeley Energy, Ceniarth, Chancellor House Holdings, Denham Capital, Fieldstone, First Avenue, Ghana Capital Partners, GreenWish Partners, JCM Capital, Munich Re, Nedbank, Oiko Credit, Prescient Investment Management, Qalaa, Standard Bank, Swiss Re, Time Partners, White Lake Group

Development Finance

Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP), African Development Bank (AfDB), BIO, Climate Investor One, DEG, European Investment Bank, FinnFund, FMO,  IFC, IFU, Millennium Challenge Corporation,  Norfund, OPIC, Swedfund, UK Department for International Development (Dfid), UK Export Finance, UN Capital Development Fund

Professional services

Africa GreenCo, Baker Botts, Deilir Technical Services, Dentons, DeRisk Advisory Services, DLA Piper, Greenmax Capital Advisors, International Proximity, Modec, SgurrEnergy, Trinity International

Off-grid energy services

Bboxx, Energy Access Ventures Fund, Energy4IMpact, Mobisol, Solarkiosk, SUNCO Clean Energy Solutions, SunFunder, SteamaCo, Trine, Valdas & Company