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AIX: Nairobi 2019

2-3 October 2019

Africa Investment Exchange: Nairobi

Power & Renewables Executive Briefing

2-3 October 2019

AIX: Nairobi offers a comprehensive overview of the state of the market in East Africa.

Co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, the meeting is structured around interactive panel-led sessions, held under the Chatham House Rule (participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker, nor that of any other participant, may be revealed) and limited to 150 participants.

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The format and size of the meeting provides a rare opportunity to hear the perspectives from the public sector while also getting a better sense of the developments and challenges emanating from various other stakeholders in this diverse and dynamic energy sector.

Sponsored by Actis, African Trade Insurance Agency, AIIM, DNV GL and Kipeto Energy, AIX: Nairobi brings together project developers, suppliers of off-grid services, policy-makers, established and non-traditional investment sources and other actors in the industry.

Participants will benefit from insights provided by CbI’s African Energy Live Data platform which provides unique insights into continental electricity supply industry trends, project pipelines and demand growth projections.

There is a 15% early bird discount that runs until 6 August.

Register online or email Lauren Andrews for an invoice.

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Organisations participating at AIX Nairobi 2018 included:

Utilities, regulators and officials
Department for International Trade (UK), Electricity Regulatory Authority (Uganda), Energy Regulatory Commission (Kenya), Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (Tanzania), GET FiT Zambia, Kenya Power and Lighting Company, KenGen, Ministry of Energy (Kenya), Rural Electrification Agency (Uganda)

Power generation
Astonfield Solar, BayWa r.e, Berkeley Energy, Engie, GigaWatt Global, Globeleq, Jinko Solar, Kenergy Renewables, KTDA Power Company, Powerhive, Quantum Power, responsAbility Africa, Scatec Solar, Tembo Power, Tesla, Virunga Power

Astonfield Solar, Azuri Technologies, CrossBoundary Energy, Energy Access Ventures Africa, Green Mini-Grid Facility, GSMA, Oxygen Africa, PowerGen Renewable Energy, Renewvia Energy

Development finance
African Trade Insurance Agency, CDC Group, Climate Fund Manager, European Investment Bank, FMO, IFC, Industrial Promotion Services, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Proparco, US Trade and Development Agency

Finance and investment
Actis, Adenium Energy Capital, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), Centum, Co-operative Bank of Kenya, Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund, Inspired Evolution Investment Management, Lion’s Head Global Partners, Meridiam, Nedbank, Standard Chartered Bank, SunFunder, SUNREF East Africa

Professional services
Africa Legal Network, Convergence, Finergreen, GreenMax Capital Advisors, MMC Africa Law, Multiconsult