AIX: Power & Renewables – final agenda

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The final agenda for our Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables meeting is now available.

Download the agenda

To be held at RSA House in London on 21-22 November, AIX: Power & Renewables addresses the challenges facing investors and the innovative structures emerging from deals along the electricity value chain.

Sponsored by Denham Capital, BioTherm Energy,  Africa Finance Corporation, Africa Infrastructure Development Association,  DLA Piper and FMO, the meeting serves a high-level constituency of corporate and official players who are directly involved in project development and finance, and the structuring of policy.

More than 125 participants have registered and the meeting is close to capacity – read more about registrations.

The meeting will examine the state of play for investors in Africa’s power and renewables, and offers non-traditional investment sources, including private equity firms, venture capitalists, family offices, foundations, institutional investors as well as impact investors, the opportunity to meet Africa’s renewable and power sector developers, professional service providers, entrepreneurs and regional firms in a trusted environment.

Proceedings will be held under the Chatham House Rule and are structured around interactive panel-led sessions with separate renewable energy and baseload power streams on the afternoon of day one.

The meeting will mark the formal launch of the AFC-led Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA), for which there will be an evening reception on the first day.

 

 

 

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