Examples of our meetings and panels held in London, Nairobi and Edinburgh
Hydrogen: What makes a market?
Representatives from FFI, Hive Energy, Atome, CWP, LHGP, Nedbank and CEREFE examine Africa’s evolving H2 economy.
Africa power & renewables strategies
Private and public sector stakeholders – Nigeria’s NERC, Power Africa, AfDB, AFC and Uganda’s ERA – discuss post-Covid strategies.
Representatives from AIIM, Gridworks, Africa50, GRIDCo and Power Africa focusing on investment opportunities in Africa’s grid network.
Power developers and investors – ALN Kenya, rAREH, ATI, IFC, FMO and Kenergy Renewables – give a status update on their projects during the Nairobi meeting.
Panellists from EDM, InfraCo Africa, DEG, Denham Capital and the University of Cape Town discuss FIT, negotiated deals and energy auctions.
Formal launch of Regional Liquidity Support Facility (RLSF)
KfW and ATI launch RLSF, a new instrument to support renewable energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa.
New sessions bringing established suppliers of off-grid services together with investors and potential new entrants looking to buy into the industry.
Formal launch of Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA)
AfIDA formally launched at the Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables meeting in 2016.
The meeting brings key members of the Morocco’s energy team to promote the country’s long-term, sustainable vision of energy development.
The first AIX meeting focusing on channeling private resources into the African power sector and providing a forum for investors to meet.
Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables 2023
1-2 November 2023, RSA House, London
View more details on the 10th Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) Power & Renewables meeting takes place at RSA House on 1-2 November 2023.
Book your place at the meeting. Contact Lauren Slater for more information. Tel +44(0)1424 721667.
About the African Investment Exchange (AIX) meetings
- We are focused on producing meetings that establish an enduring dialogue for energy industry professionals, with the aim of stimulating business engagement, deal-making and long-term partnerships.
- The established AIX format has been running for 9 years, and is known for its robust debate and knowledge-led approach.
- Panel discussions under the Chatham House Rule address key market opportunities and examine how to break down barriers to investment.
- It is held at the Royal Society of Arts (RSA House) in London, which provides a relaxed setting to network and arrange meetings.
- AIX is organised by African Energy, a consultancy that has been involved at the heart of the debate surrounding the development of the energy sector in Africa for more than 20 years.