Africa Investment Exchange (AIX): Power & Renewables 2023

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01 November 2023 - 02 November 2023

RSA House, London

AIX was set up in 2014 to establish an enduring dialogue for investors and energy industry professionals, with the aim of stimulating business engagement and long- term partnerships.

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Alongside our usual lively mix of panel discussions, held, as ever under the Chatham House Rule, our 2023 programme also includes an afternoon of roundtables focused on Matching finance and projects.

Africa’s evolving power network also assumes a greater significance in this year's programme with sessions focusing on linking power markets, the future of wheeling, financing decentralised energy and a data-led discussion on the growth potential of the C&I sector.


Delegates can access the guest list, presentations, slides and other unique content here




Participating organisations

Utilities, regulators and officials
Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) – Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG)  –  Electricity Control Board (ECB), Namibia  –  Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA), Uganda –  Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) Kenya – Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) –  Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO)  –  Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) – Masen – National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) – UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ)

Project development
Africa Greenco –  Buffalo Energy  –  Camco – Clarke Energy – Chariot Energy Group – Emesco – Fluence –  Fortescue Future Industries  –  Glencore – Globeleq –  Gridworks –  Husk Power Systems –  InfraCo Africa – Hanas  –  JCM Power – Larsen & Toubro – Lekela Power –  Milele Energy –  Sasol  –  Savannah Energy  –  Shell  –  Solarcentury Africa –  Tatanga Energy – TotalEnergies – Vivo Energy –  Yellow Door Energy  –  Wärtsilä

Finance and investment
Actis – Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) – ARCH Emerging Market Partners –  Blue Capital Management Partners – BlueOrchard Finance  –  British International Investment (BII) – Climate Fund Managers –  Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners – Cygnum Capital Group – FinnFund – GIZ – Greenmax Capital Group –  GuarantCo –  International Finance Corporation (IFC) –  Mauritius Commercial Bank –  Naimon Capital  –  Nedbank  –  NEoT Capital –  Norfund  –   Power Africa – Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP) – responsAbility –  Standard Bank  –  SunFunder –  Trine –  United Bank for Africa –  US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)

Professional services
Addleshaw Goddard –  Africa Practice  –  African Energy  – African School of Regulation (ASR)  –  Alliant Insurance Services  – Alton  –  Ardonagh Specialty – Clifford Chance  –  Climate Policy Initiative  –  Cresco – DNC Engineering Services – Economic Consulting Associates (ECA) – Energy for Growth Hub  –  Energy Exemplar –  FutureEnergy –  GET.invest. –  GET.transform – GOGLA – Green Hydrogen Organisation –  Greencrowd Energy –  Herbert Smith Freehills –  Hunton Andrews Kurth – International PtX Hub –  Kuungana Advisory –  KOKO Networks –  Marsh –  Multiconsult –  Odyssey Energy – Overseas Development Institute (ODI) –  Pinsent Masons  –  Power Futures Lab –  QEII Leadership Academy –  SLR Consulting –  Tetratech –  The Open University  –  Think Tank RDC Strategy  –  Tony Blair Institute for Global Change – Universal Energy Facility (SEforALL) – University of Cape Town

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Lauren Slater
Africa Investment Exchange organiser
E: [email protected]
T: +44 1424 721667


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“AIX conferences are unique in that they allow new entrants to gain a base of understanding on an issue while giving more experienced practitioners a platform to collaborate on current market dynamics.”
Jason Bauer, Director, MCC


“It was a pleasure, sharing and learning from each other.”
Ziria Tibalwa Waako, Chief Executive Officer, Electricity Regulatory Authority, Uganda