Ana Hajduka is the founder of Africa GreenCo, which calls for the set-up of a public-private partnership in the form of an independent, regional, renewable energy offtaker. Funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, Africa GreenCo aims to increase private sector investment in energy generation in sub-Saharan Africa by mitigating the credit risks associated with the current lack of creditworthy offtakers.
Ana is an infrastructure and energy professional with more than 12 years’ experience in a variety of transactions including project finance, public-private partnerships and project development, working on energy and infrastructure projects in emerging markets.
She is qualified as a lawyer in both England & Wales and the State of New York, trained with Allen & Overy and went on to work for Fulbright & Jaworski and Trinity International advising on a diverse range of projects within the energy sector, predominately in Sub-Saharan Africa. In March 2015, Ana was appointed by the UNECE as the team leader responsible for a project team in charge of developing international renewable energy PPP standards for emerging markets as part of the Sustainable Energy for All agenda.
Panellist at the Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables meeting, 21-22 November 2016, London