AIX membership programme

A year-round forum for trusted debate and curated insight
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African Energy’s experienced team of analysts has curated a programme designed to help energy sector stakeholders gain easy access to the information needed to support their decision-making at all stages of the project and investment lifecycle.

Exclusive data and insights

The programme includes:

  • Online roundtables – held like all AIX meetings under the Chatham House Rule
  • Factsheets based on the latest African Energy power sector research.
  • First access to quarterly analysis of African power sector data from African Energy Live Data a comprehensive database of more than 7,000 generation projects and plants, and the organisations behind them.
  • Q&A sessions with African Energy’s analysts on the latest research and trends.

Members have the opportunity to shape and contribute to these meetings and also receive higher discounts for flagship in-person AIX meetings such as AIX: Power & Renewables.

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

Find out about the next Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) meetings.

Algeria’s multi-gigawatt solar opportunity – the routes and the risks

  • Start Date: June 5, 2024
  • End Date: June 5, 2024
  • Location: 12.00 BST (GMT +1), Online, Zoom

The planned addition of 3GW of photovoltaic power in a pair of procurement rounds is the first step in Algeria's programme to add 15GW of solar capacity by 2035. Join African Energy chairman Jon Marks, managing director John Hamilton and Anzul director Oualid Khelifi for a breakdown of the context, the possibilities, the risks, and how to address them.

AIX Power & Renewables 2024

  • Start Date: October 29, 2024
  • End Date: October 30, 2024
  • Location: RSA House, London

First held in 2014, AIX Power & Renewables has become one of the meeting places of choice for Africa’s power sector stakeholders, including leading private and public sector investors, African officials and project developers.