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AIX: Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya, 12-13 March 2024

AIX Nairobi will follow up on the main themes established at AIX Power & Renewables and analyse the progress – and possible lack of traction – towards establishing a climate finance agenda that speeds African electricity supply industry development following the COP28 global climate finance summit in Dubai.

Held under the Chatham House Rule, it aims to bring stakeholders together to discuss how best to implement commitments and fashion policy and project development agendas.

View the AIX: Nairobi 2024 programme

Key themes for 2024
  • Review of Kenya’s renewable energy generation policy
  • Balancing renewables and the impact of regional integration on the energy mix
  • How does the IPP mode fit in? Is it actually fit for purpose?
  • New opportunities and strategic investing in the region – is hydrogen really the answer?
  • Are long-standing bottlenecks finally being overcome?
  • Driving investments in electrical vehicles
  • Is the future reality off-grid? How will C&I evolve?

View list of participants at previous AIX: Nairobi meetings.

There is a 25% early-bird discount that runs until 15 December. Register online or email Lauren Slater for more details.

Organisations participating at AIX Nairobi 2019 include:

Utilities, regulators and officials

Energy & Petroleum Regulatory Authority Kenya, EWURA Tanzania, KenGen, Kenya Electricity Transmission Company (Ketraco), Ministry of Energy (Kenya), Department for International Trade (UK), Department of the Treasury (US)

Power generation

Astonfield Solar, BayWa re, Solar Projects, BioTherm Energy, Circle Gas, Diamond Generating Europe, Engie, GE Power, Globeleq, GridX Africa, Infinity Solar, Jinko Solar, Kenergy Renewables, Kipeto Energy, KTDA Power Company, Ofgen, responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding, Siemens, Symbion Power, Virunga Power, Wartsila, Windlab Developments Kenya


Africa Minigrid Developers Association, Azuri Technologies, BBOXX Capital Kenya, Craft Skills East Africa, CrossBoundary Energy, Energy Access Ventures, EngieEPS, Gogla, GMG Facility, Kivu Green Energy, PowerGen Renewable Energy, SunFunder, SMA Sunbelt Energy

Development finance

African Development Bank Group, Agence Française de Développement (AFD), BIO-Invest, Climate Fund Managers, FMO, GuarantCo, IFC, InfraCo Africa, KfW, Norfund, Power Africa, Proparco, Stoa Energy, USAID

Finance and investment

Actis, African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI), AIIM, AP Moller Capital, ARCH Emerging Markets, Camco Clean Energy, Everstrong Capital, Nedbank, Rand Merchant Bank, responsAbility Investments

Professional services

African Energy, Africa Legal Network, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Bowmans, Chatham House, Cross-border Information, DNV GL, Fichtner, Finergreen, GreenMax Capital Group, IED, Iseme Kamau & Maema Advocates, Kenya Oil & Gas Association, Leadwood Energy, Multiconsult, Strathmore University, UL, Worley Parsons