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AIX Power & Renewables 2017

15-16 November 2017

Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables

Enabling power project development in Africa

15-16 November, RSA House, London

AIX: Power and Renewables 2017 at RSA House, London welcomed 180 participants from 29 different countries, was co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, sponsored by Actis, AfIDADEG, DLA Piper, Engie, FMO, GlobeleqInfraCo AfricaJoule AfricaKEDCO, Lumos Global and Winch Energy and supported by Power Africa and the Global Off-grid Lighting Association.

Take a look at the final agenda – featuring 70 named panellists

KfW, the German Development Bank, and the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) launched RLSF, a new instrument to support renewable energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa on the side lines of AIX: Power and Renewables 2017 meeting. Read more

The Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA) also launched its workshop series at RSA House on 15 November 2017. Read more

Participants benefited from insights provided by CbI’s new African Energy Live Data platform. The Live Data team held a special session on the afternoon of day one, while the platform also fed exclusive data and analysis into a number of sessions across the two days of AIX: Power & Renewables.

DAY 1 - AIX Power and Renewables 2017

DAY 1 - Special Sessions at AIX Power and Renewables 2017

DAY 2 - Regional Focus

DAY 2 - Off-grid Investment Exchange 2017

Participating organisations included:

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)
Gas Aggregation Company Nigeria
Geothermal Development Company (Kenya)
Industrial Development Corporation (Zambia)
Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO)
MASEN
Ministry of Energy and Water, DR Congo
New and Renewable Energy Authority, Egypt
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
Africa Power Systems Management, Aldwych International, Aurora Power Solutions, BioTherm Energy, Bowleven, BWSC, Contour Global, Corbetti Geothermal, CPCS Development International Ltd (CDIL), eleQtra, Engie, Genesis Energy Group, Globeleq, ib vogt, Impala Energy, InfraCo Africa, Mainstream Energy Solutions, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Mytilineos, Pan Africa Solar, Phanes Group, Proton Energy, Quantum Power, Ram Energy, Renewable Energy Partner, RP Global, Solizer, Upepo Energy Partners, Virunga Power

Finance and investors
Actis, Acumen, AIIM, Adenium Capital, Africa Finance Corporation, AP Møller Capital, Denham Capital, 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, BIO, CDC Group, Climate Fund Managers, DEG, Finnfund, FMO, GuarantCo, IFC, Investment Fund for Developing Countries, Millenium Challenge Corporation, Norfund, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, World Bank

Off-grid energy services
Azuri Technologies, Energy 4 Impact, Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA), Lumos Global, Mobisol, Opes Solutions, Oxygen Africa, Solarkiosk, Sunfunder, Winch Energy

Professional services
Adam Smith International, Africa GreenCo, Africa Trade Insurance Agency, Alliant, Apricum, Baker & McKenzie, Chatham House, Clyde & Co, Control Risks, Cross-border Information, Dentons, DLA Piper, DMD Consulting, Economic Consulting Associates, ERM, Fortune Engineering, Greenmax Capital, Herbert Smith Freehills, JW Ffooks & Co, Ricardo Energy & Environment, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Trinity International, University of Cape Town, Webber Wentzel, WSP Global, XL Catlin