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AIX Power & Renewables 2024

London, 29-30 October 2024

Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables


29 – 30 October, RSA House, London

First held in 2014, AIX Power & Renewables brings together stakeholders in the African electricity supply industry (ESI), including leading private and public sector investors, African officials, regulators, project developers and industry practitioners.


Engage with experts

Attracting industry professionals from a range of disciplines and business interests, AIX provides an opportunity to engage with experts developing sustainable projects, to gain insights into investor confidence, and to assess and understand developing trends in challenging and dynamic markets.

🔸Meet Africa-focused firms and project developers to gain first-hand insights.

🔸Explore innovative financial structures and emerging business models.

🔸Unlock new capital including climate finance into the power sector.

🔸Measure the wider impact of investments on social and economic development.

🔸Analyse relevant data, case studies, and success stories in key markets, such as Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda.

View organisations who attended previous AIX Power & Renewables meetings listed by sector.

A successful format

AIX is focused on producing meetings that establish an enduring dialogue for energy industry professionals, with a now proven track record of stimulating business engagement and long-term partnerships.

🔸The established AIX format has been running since 2013, since when it has carved out a unique niche in the market for its robust debate and knowledge-led approach.

🔸Panel sessions and roundtable discussions are held under the Chatham House Rule to address key market opportunities and examine how to break down barriers to investment.

🔸AIX is organised by African Energy, a specialist publisher and consultancy that has been involved at the heart of the debate surrounding energy sector developments across the continent for more than 25 years.

Register – 15% earlybird discount (ends 13 September)

Register now to benefit from a 15% earlybird discount on tickets.

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There are significant pockets of growth in the African electricity supply industry — from C&I in South Africa, Nigerian DER and climate-tech projects in Kenya as well as minerals industries more widely, to a new appreciation of the need for a major upgrade of transmission infrastructure — but levels of private investment continue to disappoint in far too many jurisdictions. AIX P&R 2024 will ask how African markets can emerge from a difficult period?


  • Market design, regulation and investment
  • Potential new approaches to regulation and market structures to attract renewable investments
  • Delivering change
  • Market design reforms and the future of centralised procurement
  • Opening up the market
  • What do investors want?
  • Soul searching for DFIs
  • DFIs still have an essential role that has yet to be superseded by the scaled up private financing that is so often discussed. What are the varied DFIs’ roles in an evolving sector?
  • Non-traditional investors
  • Unlocking new funds from philanthropy, Gulf and other sources, especially in Africa’s early-stage climate tech projects
  • Market solutions for scaling up T&D
  • Independent transmission projects (ITPs), different models for distribution and other critical issues
  • Transmission investment
  • Can new schemes and plans from regional power pools unlock Africa’s power markets?
  • Storage and green grids
  • Understanding battery storage’s usefulness and adaptability
  • Decentralised energy solutions
  • Market requirements to enable financiers to support these innovations
  • Energy efficiency
  • Can private finance be scaled up and policy-makers raise the profile of cost-effective solutions?
  • Ensuring baseload
  • Understanding the changing face of the energy mix
  • African energy in transition
  • What is the future for gas?
  • What next for power developers?
  • The future of IPPs, ITPs, PPPs and C&I
  • Scaling e-mobility
  • What is its impact on the power sector
  • Carbon credits
  • A look at market trends, shifting projects and prices
  • Climate policies
  • How demand for International Renewable Energy Certificates is evolving
  • Renewable power-to-X
  • Prospects for P2X giga-projects and their application
  • Regional focus
  • Analysing the whole value chain in key markets