Africa Investment Exchange: Nairobi
Power & Renewables Executive Briefing
3-4 October 2018
Co-produced by African Energy, AIX: Nairobi builds on four years of AIX: Power and Renewables meetings, which have brought together project developers, suppliers of off-grid services, policy-makers, established and non-traditional investment sources and other stakeholders to discuss the issues and challenges facing investors in clean energy projects in Africa.
Held under the Chatham House Rule and structured through a series of panel-led sessions, AIX Nairobi will be limited to 90 senior executives and offers a rare opportunity for an in-depth discussion on the issues and challenges facing clean energy projects in East and Southern Africa.
Participants will also benefit again from exclusive analysis based on African Energy Live Data – our unique platform that combines a range of analytics tools with project level detail of more than 5,000 power plants across the continent that are operating, planned or under construction.
Conclusions from these practical discussions will support the broader themes addressed at the fifth Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables in London on 14-15 November.
AIX Nairobi participants include:
- Eric Mwangi, Economic Advisor to the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Kenya
- Ziria Tibalwa Waako, Chief Executive Officer, Electricity Regulatory Authority, Uganda
- Caroline Kimathi, Acting Renewable Energy Director, Energy Regulatory Commission, Kenya
- Patrick Mawala, Manager, Energy Purchase & Regulatory Affairs, Kenya Power and Lighting Company
- Kevin Kariuki, Head of Infrastructure, Industrial Promotion Services
- Simbarashe Mhuriro, Founder and Managing Director, Oxygen Africa
- John Lentaigne, Chief Underwriting Officer, African Trade Insurance Agency
- Brian O’Hanlon, Director of Business Development, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
- Andrew Githaiga, Senior Investment Manager, SunFunder
- John Kimotho, Investment Manager, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM)
(see more panellists below)
Plus senior representatives from
Actis, Astonfield Solar, Azuri Technologies, Berkeley Energy, Converegence, CrossBoundary Clean Power, Energy Access Ventures Africa, Engie, Finergreen, FMO, Globeleq, GMG Facility Kenya, GreenMax Capital Advisors, Green Mini-Grid Facility, GSMA, Inspired Evolution Investment Management, Jinko Solar, Kenergy Renewables, Oxygen Africa, PowerGen Renewable Energy, Quantum Power, Renewvia, SUNREF East Africa, Tesla