Dedicated to bringing established suppliers of off-grid services together with international developers and investors (DFIs, banks, commercial and impact investors) and other potential new entrants who are looking to buy into this fast-growing industry.
Held under the Chatham House Rule, proceedings start at 11h30 when participants will benefit from a shared networking coffee break with the wide range of private and public sector stakeholders attending the sixth annual AIX Power & Renewables meeting (13-14 November, RSA House).
Tickets may be bought for £450 (excl VAT) by emailing Lauren Andrews.
The Off-grid Investment Exchange is included in all full tickets to the sixth annual AIX Power & Renewables meeting.
10h30 Registration and coffee
11h00 to 12h30
Understanding off-grid data
Exclusive analysis of the data being generated in the PAYG and mini-grid sector.
• What data is available? Who is generating and mapping trends?
• What data is relevant to investors and can it be generated?
• How can analytics improve portfolio risk assessments?
13h30 to 14h15
Can off-grid become commercially viable across the continent?
• Stimulating domestic capital markets and improving access to local finance.
• Scaling up investment–are there sufficient opportunities for larger scale investors?
14h15 Coffee will be served in the Great Room.
14h30 to 16h30
Overview of investment trends in commercial and industrial, mini-grid, solar home systems and other nascent energy access markets.
14h30 to 15h10: Embedded power and other independent solutions
Successes, pitfalls and barriers to commercial, industrial and mining projects.
15h10 to 15h50: Mini-grids
Focusing on regulatory frameworks, productive use, concessions and tendering approaches.
15h50 to 16h30: Solar home systems (SHS)
The headwinds and tailwinds facing SHS and PAYG models.
Keep me updated on future Off-grid Investment Exchanges at AIX: Power & Renewables.