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20th anniversary of Africa Energy Forum concludes today in Mauritius

Mauritius was chosen as a location for the conference this year due to its reputation as a stable, reliable & competitive investment hub

The 20th Africa Energy Forum (www.Africa-Energy-Forum.com) concludes today in Mauritius after four days of panel discussions and networking functions focused on Africa’s Energy Sector. Over 1500 delegates attended the 20th anniversary event which took place in 26 purpose-built structures erected between the Paradis and Dinarobin Beachcomber hotels in Le Morne.…

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Global Energy Sector Leaders Reflect on Past 20 Years of the Africa Energy Forum

Industry decision-makers reflect on positive impact of the event on Africa’s energy sector in advance of the 20th Africa Energy Forum

During the Africa Energy Forum (AEF)’s (www.Africa-Energy-Forum.com) lifetime the sector has witnessed the emergence of initiatives such as South Africa's REIPPP Programme, GET FiT Uganda and the IFC’s Scaling Solar programme, with many IPPs coming online and a growing emergency power sector. From 2 sponsors and 200 delegates the Forum…

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The Africa Renewable Energy Forum, 2-4 November 2016 at The Four Seasons Hotel, Marrakesh

At COP 21 it was determined that approximately $19 billion of finance will be provided annually by developed countries for Africa’s renewable programme by 2020. In addition, Japan announced $10bn per year in public and private finance also to reach Africa by 2020.  New pledges to climate funds, including the…

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EnergyNet is delighted to announce MASEN as official Forum Sponsor of the Africa Renewable Energy Forum (ARF), the labelised side meeting of COP22 in Morocco this November

Taking place from 2-4 November in Marrakech, the Africa Renewable Energy Forum will provide a unique platform for networking and knowledge sharing

MASEN has recently become responsible for the development of all renewable energy in Morocco, implementing its programmes following three visions: local development, industrial integration and international North-South-South cooperation with countries such as Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Chad, Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania and Nigeria. Masen’s participation at the ARF will provide investors…

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Nigeria’s Power, Finance and Energy Investors to Meet with Government in Abuja this October

Leading development finance institutions and heads of Nigeria’s most accomplished energy companies will meet with national government at EnergyNet’s Powering Africa: Nigeria Investment Summit, taking place in Abuja from 12-14 October 2016

Leading development finance institutions and heads of Nigeria’s most accomplished energy companies will meet with national government at EnergyNet’s (www.EnergyNet.co.uk) Powering Africa: Nigeria Investment Summit (http://APO.af/6REQZ4), taking place in Abuja from 12-14 October 2016. Over 50 public and private sector decision makers will address 300 power developers and investors to discuss…

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    • Ministers officially open the 2015 Forum: Hon. Dr Kwabena Donkor, Minister of Power Ghana; Hon. Mr. Mamadou Frankaly Keita, Minister of Energy and Water Mali; Hon. Mr. James Musoni, Minister of Infrastructure, Rwanda; Hon. Mr. Simon Dujanga, State Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Uganda; Hon. Amb. Henry Macauley, Minister of Energy, Sierra Leone; Hon. Mr Charles Zulu, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development Zambia
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African Ministers of Energy to discuss opportunities for power sector investment this June

Over 130 speakers to date have confirmed to attend the 18th annual Africa Energy Forum (AEF), taking place in London this year from 22-24th June.

Over 130 speakers to date have confirmed to attend the 18th annual Africa Energy Forum (AEF) (www.Africa-Energy-Forum.com), taking place in London this year from 22-24th June. Widely considered the meeting place for Africa’s power sector professionals to discuss opportunities for investment into the power sector, 56% of the African continent…

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The Egyptian government to engage DFIs and investors to outline 30GW of energy projects this February

Next month (16 -18 February 2016) Egypt’s government, regulators and public sector stakeholders will discuss the role of DFIs and the private sector to fund and build 30GW of electricity generation, transmission and distribution projects that are about to go to tender, and projects which will require additional investments and partnerships to be completed.

The Egypt Energy Investment Summit (http://www.energynet.co.uk/event/egypt-energy-investment-summit?utm_campaign=Media%20Partner&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_source=APO) will take place from 16 - 18 February in Cairo, designed to drive forward investments into Egypt’s energy sector. The meeting will cover central issues including the progress in the renewable energy FIT programme, the ‘Build-Own-Operate’ projects and the IPP scheme, showcasing the pro-activeness…