The meeting will examine how to deliver affordable and reliable energy across the continent and meet SDG7 ambitions, energy security and the role of gas in Africa’s energy transition. Emerging decarbonisation technologies including low carbon hydrogen, advanced civil nuclear and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) will also feature during the two-day discussion.
Royal Society of Arts (RSA House)
8 John Adam Street
London, WC2N 6EZ
Conveniently located in central London within easy walking distance of Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, and the South Bank, RSA House was designed by Robert Adam in the early 1770s, and is the historic home of the Royal Society of Arts. A famous centre for Enlightenment thinking, the building has been the intellectual and social home of some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 200 years. Today it is also recognised as one of the most exclusive and sought after locations for executive meetings in London.
London – access to international funds
The world’s leading global financial centre, home to a large number of internationally significant banks, businesses, and stock exchanges, and barometer for international investor appetite in Africa’s growth industries.
London is an ideal destination which provides African industries access to a large international audience as well as the opportunity to capitalise on the city’s financial expertise.
Participating organisations in 2022
Government officials regulators and utilities
Autorité Nationale de Régulation du secteur de l'Electricité de Côte d'Ivoire
Bui Power Authority, Ghana
Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE)
Commission for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency, Algeria
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, UK
Department of Trade & Industry, South Africa
Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA)
High Commission of Canada to the UK
Presidential Office, Namibia
Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy
National Energy Regulator of South Africa
Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone
Finance Actis, AfDB, Africa50, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), ARCH Emerging Market Partners, Àrgentil Capital, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, British International Investment, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa, International Finance Corporation (IFC), JBIC, Lion's Head Global Partners, Mahlako Financial Services, Nedbank, Rand Merchant Bank, Société Générale, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered, The Rockefeller Foundation, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
Power and infrastructure Atome, Azura Power, Clarke Energy, Fortescue Future Industries, Globeleq, Hive Energy, Milele Energy, Monetizing Gas Africa, Proton Energy, Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone, Savannah Energy, Sun Africa, Thunder Energy, Wartsila
LNG and Upstream ANOH Gas Processing Company, BW Energy, Chariot, Circle Gas, Falcon Corporation, Fortesa International, Gigajoule, Greenville LNG, Kosmos Energy, NLNG, Shell, Sound Energy, Stena Power & LNG Solutions, Tema LNG Terminal Company
Professional services African Energy, Alesco Risk Management Services, Alliant, BeraMasamba, Bowmans, Clifford Chance, Climate Policy Initiative, Economic Consulting Associates, ENR Advisory, Gas Strategies, Harmattan Renewables, Herbert Smith Freehills, io consulting, Latham & Watkins, Green Hydrogen Association of Namibia, Mauritanian British Business Council (MBBC), Mitochondria Energy Company, Norton Rose Fulbright, SLR Consulting, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Zaki Hashem & Partners