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AIX: Power & Renewables 2019

13-14 November 2019

Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables

Enabling power project development in Africa

13-14 November 2019, RSA House, London

AIX: Power & Renewables has become one of the meeting places of choice for Africa’s power sector stakeholders, including leading private and public sector investors, African officials and project developers.

Download the final agenda, featuring 70 confirmed panellists

Sponsored by Actis, AfIDA, AIIM, DEG, Denham Capital, DLA Piper, Engie, GridworksLekelaRicardo Energy & Environment, Themis Energy and Winch Energy the meeting was structured around interactive panel-led sessions, held under the Chatham House Rule and limited to just under 200 participants. The format and size of the meeting provided a rare opportunity for an open discussion and analysis of the continent’s power and renewables market.

The meeting was co-produced by African Energy and supported by Power Africa.

Now in its sixth year, the agenda included streams dedicated to power generation and transmission and distribution, plus access to:

More than 70 panellists participated- see below for their biogs.

Participants benefited 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 6,000 power plants across the continent that are operating, planned or under construction.

The 2020 AIX: Power & Renewables meeting will be held in London on 18-19 November.

Contact Lauren Andrews for registration details. Tel +44(0)1424 721667.

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AfIDA Pre-AIX workshop

Day 1 – AIX Power & Renewables 2019: Opening sessions

Day 1 – Stream One: Power Generation

Day 1 – Stream Two: Transmission & Distribution

AIX Power and Renewables Evening reception

Day 2 – AIX Power & Renewables 2019

Day 2 – Special session

Off-grid Investment Exchange 2019

AIX Gas: 2019 Update

Participating organisations include:

Utilities, regulators and officials

African Legal Support Facility, Electricity Control Board (Namibia), Electricity Regulatory Authority (Uganda), Ewura (Tanzania), Ghana Energy Commission, Ghana Grid Company Limited (GridCo), Global Affairs Canada, KenGen, Mainstream Energy Solutions, Ministry of Energy (Ghana), Ministry of Energy (Kenya), Ministry of Energy & Power Development (Zimbabwe), Ministry of Energy (Senegal), Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Office of the Vice President (Nigeria), Rural Electrification Agency (Nigeria), Rural Electrification Agency (Zimbabwe), UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), UK Department for International Development (Dfid), UK  Department for International Trade (DIT)

Power developers

Aenergy, Africa-Ren, Aggreko, Aldwych International, Azura Power, Berkeley Energy, BP, EDP Renovaveis, Engie, Eni, EP Global Energy, Globeleq, Gravitricity, Gridworks, Impala Energy, InfraCo Africa, Joule Africa, Lekela, Manitoba Hydro, Milele Energy, Orascom Construction, Rensource Energy, Themis Energy, Voltalia, Wartsila, WSP


BBOXX, CrossBoundary, Ekta Partners, Engie eps, GOGLA, Konexa, ManoCap, Nithio, Nuru, Odyssey Energy Solutions, Rubitec Africa, Shell Foundation, Sunfunder, Tesla, Trine, Winch Energy, Zola Electric

Gas sector

BP, Gasfin Development, Hanas, Latham & Watkins, Methanex, New Age (African Global Energy), NLNG, Orca Exploration, Sasol, Savannah Petroleum, SLR Consulting, Total

Development finance

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, BIO-Invest, CDC Group, CDP, DEG, EBRD, Export–Import Bank of the US (EXIM), FinDev Canada, FMO, IFC, JBIC, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), Norfund, Power Africa, Swedfund, USAID

Finance and investment

Actis, Africa50, AIIM, AP Moller Capital, Blue Orchard, Camco Clean Energy, Denham Capital, Empower New Energy, Finergreen, Lion's Head Global Partners, Macquarie Group, Maris, Nedbank, New Africa Clean Energy Fund, Pash Global, Standard Chartered Bank, Total Ventures, TPG Europe

Professional services

Addleshaw Goddard, African Energy, Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA), Alliant Insurance Services, Associação Lusófona de Energias Renováveis (ALER), Baker McKenzie, Bird & Bird, Clifford Chance, Clyde & Co, Cross-border Information, Deloitte Consulting, DLA Piper, DNV GL, EMFin Advisory, GreenMax Capital Advisors, Herbert Smith Freehills, ITeChnologies (ITC), JLT Group, John W Ffooks & Co, Kuungana Advisory, Matleng Energy Solutions, Mauritanian British Business Council, Multiconsult, Osterwald Rathbone & Partners, Pinsent Masons, Ricardo Energy & Environment, Tonbofa Law Practice, Trinity International, University of Cape Town, University of Oxford, Vivid Economics

Royal Society of Arts (RSA House)
8 John Adam Street
London, WC2N 6EZ

The Venue
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.