Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) Membership Programme

AIX Membership programme

01 December 2021 to 31 December 2023


African Energy's AIX membership programme is designed to offer stakeholders a trusted year-round forum for frank discussion and exchange of ideas and information.

The programme includes:

Monthly online meetings under the Chatham House Rule

  • Online roundtable meetings, held under the Chatham House Rule to deliver frank discussion and a trusted exchange of insight.
  • Access to recordings of each online meeting.
  • Exclusive online Q&As with African Energy’s analysts.
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Exclusive data and insights

Special discounts for in-person AIX meetings

  • Includes exclusive early-bird discounts on registration fees for AIX in-person meetings such as AIX: Power & Renewables.

How to become a member

AIX membership is included in full African Energy newsletter and African Energy Live Data subscriptions or may be bought on its own.

AIX membership – as well as tickets for in-person meetings – is free for small independent African-based enterprises, utilities, regulators and public sector officials.


Upcoming meetings

AIX South Africa online webinar September 2023

South Africa – the difficult emergence of a new power industry

20 September, 12.00-13.00 BST (GMT+1), Online via Zoom

Energy intensive offtakers in the Bushveldt and Gauteng Province are planning for a net-zero future while simultaneously adapting to the rapid implosion of Eskom. By attempting to implement highly similar energy transition strategies over the coming decade, these dominant actors have set in train a wholesale re-ordering of the power sector.
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AIX Kenya online meeting

Kenya’s renewables-focused future

15 November, 12.00-13.00 GMT, Online via Zoom

Kenya is unusually well-placed to exploit the energy transition, being endowed with very substantial solar, wind and geothermal resources. These have moved to centre-stage in the Ruto administration's plans to accelerate industrial growth, in parallel with strengthening the electricity supply industry. But it is not plain sailing, as Nairobi confronts debt, governance and other issues.
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Past meetings

Gas and LNG options for C&I offtakers

25 July
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High risk, high reward: getting into Egypt’s new energy era

28 June, Online
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Africa’s power generation sector - performance and trends

13 June, Online
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African power data: North African trends and opportunities

26 April, Online
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Africa Investment Exchange (AIX): Energy in Transition

17-18 April, RSA House, London
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African power data: Sub-Saharan African trends and opportunities

5 April, Online
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Nigeria in a period of transition

21 March, Online
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Green hydrogen and green ammonia and the new scramble for Africa

21 February, Online
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AfricaHardball - political risk strategy roundtable

17 January 2023, Online
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Transmission and interconnections – towards a Continental System Master Plan

6 December 2022, Online
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Eleanor Daggett
Africa Investment Exchange membership co-ordinator
E: [email protected]
T: +44 1424 721667

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Ensuring African voices are heard

African Energy is providing free passes for small independent African-based enterprises and African utilities, regulators and public sector officials to join our AIX meetings in person or online.

Contact Lauren Slater to request a free pass to one of our meetings