AIX: Power and Renewables 2017

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Enabling power project development in Africa

15-16 November 2017, London

Now in its fourth year, AIX: Power and Renewables brings established and non-traditional investment sources (including private equity firms, family offices, foundations, institutional investors) together with project developers and other stakeholders for a frank discussion of the challenges facing investors along the electricity value chain.

The meeting is held under the Chatham House Rule, limited to 180 senior executives and structured around panel-led sessions to encourage an open discussion.

Please note – we have already reached 75% of our capacity for the meeting – please see below for how to secure one of the remaining places

Take a look at the interim agenda – featuring more than 50 named panellists

The first day focuses on the power and renewables investment lifecycle, with a strong emphasis on early stage development in the morning. There are also special breakout sessions dedicated to geothermal and hydropower.

The Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA) is holding a separately bookable workshop on ‘Establishing Guidelines for Power Developers’ in the afternoon of day one.

The day ends with an evening  reception.

Day two morning there are two separate streams focusing on regional sessions, with the afternoon devoted to the Off-grid Investment Exchange

Panellists include:

Yesufu Longe Alonge, Head, Power Procurement and Power Contracts, Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET)
Jean Paul M’Batna, Director General, Agence pour le Développement des Énergies Renouvelables au Tchad
Mohammed El-Khayat, Executive Chairman, New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA), Egypt
Camille Augustin Kabasele Dikangala, Directeur Chef de Service Electricité, Ministère de l’Energie et Ressources Hydrauliques, DR Congo
Oluniyi Robbin-Coker, Chairman, Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA)
Ziria Tibalwa Wacko, Chief Executive Officer, Electricity Regulatory Authority, Uganda
Solomon Asamoah, Chief Executive Officer, Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund
Dafe Akpeneye, Commissioner, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Ali Zerouali, Co-operation and Partnerships Director, MASEN
Kweku Awotwi, Principal, Africa Power Systems Management
Cephas Galley, Director of Legal Services, Electricity Company of Ghana
Ahmed Badr, Executive Director, Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE)
Oliver Andrews, Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer, Africa Finance Corporation (AFC)
Mershil Kivuyo, Manager Legal Affairs, Tanzania Geothermal Development Company
Andrew Herscowitz, Co-ordinator, Power Africa
Joseph Tato, Partner, DLA Piper
Jasandra Nyker, Chief Executive Officer, BioTherm Energy
Simbarashe Mhuriro, Managing Director, Oxygen Africa
Oti Ikomi, Chief Executive Officer, Proton Energy
Jectone Achieng, Manager, Project Management – Project Management, Geothermal Development Company, Kenya
Romain Py, Executive Head: Transactions, African Infrastructure Investment Managers
Akinwole Omoboriowo II, Chief Executive Officer, Genesis Energy Group
David Donaldson, Head, IFC Infraventures, sub-Saharan Africa, IFC
Thomas Duveau, Chief Strategy Officer, Mobisol
Lynn Tabernacki, Deputy Vice President SME Finance & Head of Global Energy, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
See more panellists

The meeting is co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, sponsored by Actis, DEG, DLA Piper, Engie, FMO, Globeleq, InfraCo Africa and Joule Africa and supported by Power Africa and the Global Off-grid Lighting Association.

How to register

There is a 10% discount which runs until 31 October. Price payable: £1,530 plus VAT (full price £1,700 plus VAT)
Book online or contact Lauren Andrews for an invoice. Tel: +44 1424 721667.

Discount rates are available if you are thinking of sending more than one delegate.

Please note, three quarters of the places at the meeting have already been taken. Early registration is recommended.

Participating organisations include:

Officials, utilities and regional bodies
Africa-EU Renewable Energy Co-operation Programme,
Agence pour le Développement des Énergies Renouvelables au Tchad (Chad)
Electricity Company of Ghana
Electricity Regulatory Authority (Uganda)
Energy Regulatory Commission (Kenya)
Geothermal Development Company (Kenya)
Industrial Development Corporation (Zambia)
La Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (Senegal)
MASEN
Ministry of Energy and Water, DR Congo
New and Renewable Energy Authority, Egypt
Niger Delta Power Holding Company
Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET)
Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE)
Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA)
Tanzania Geothermal Development Company

Project developers
Access Power, Africa Power Systems Management, BioTherm Energy, Bowleven, BWSC, Contour Global, Corbetti Geothermal, CPCS Development International Ltd (CDIL), Engie, Genesis Energy Group, Globeleq, ib vogt, Impala Energy, InfraCo Africa, Mainstream Energy Solutions, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Pan Africa Solar, Proton Energy, Quantum Power, Ram Energy, Renewable Energy Partner, RP Global, Solizer, Upepo Energy Partners

Finance and investors
Actis, Acumen, AIIM, Adenium Capital, Africa Finance Corporation, CGF Bourse (Senegal), Fieldstone Africa, GKB Ventures, Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund, Lion’s Head Global Partners, MENA Infrastructure, Nedbank, Palladium Group, Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Managers , Power Africa, Qalaa Holdings, Rockefeller Foundation, STANLIB, US Renewables Group, Venturi Renewable Energy

Development finance
African Development Bank, DEG, Finnfund, FMO, GuarantCo, IFC, Norfund, Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Off-grid energy services
Azuri Technologies, Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA), Lumos Global, Mobisol, Opes Solutions, Oxygen Africa, Sunfunder, Winch Energy

Professional services
Adam Smith International, Africa GreenCo, Africa Trade Insurance Agency, Alliant, Apricum, Baker & McKenzie, Clyde & Co, Control Risks, Cross-border Information, Dentons, DLA Piper, Economic Consulting Associates, ERM, Fortune Engineering, Greenmax Capital, Hunton & Williams, JW Ffooks & Co, Ricardo Energy & Environment, University of Cape Town, Webber Wentzel, WSP Global, XL Catlin

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