We will now start our journey to Nairobi, Kenya, where we will host our 25th Africa Energy Forum on 20-23 June 2023. Once again we unite governments, utilities and regulators with development finance institutions, commercial banks, power developers, technology providers, EPCs and professional services.
Conceived for advanced and early-stage enterprises, the AAB-23 will bring together some 100 delegates across the continent for a unique 3-days experience to assist SMEs in developing an innovative working environment based on their goals, achievements, and challenges. The bootcamp is aimed at solving business challenges with pre-built solutions that will provide clear visibility and instant business value for SMEs. Hence develop new strategies.
The 2023 edition of Infrastructure Africa will be hosted as a virtual conference to keep sharing information relating to the business opportunity around infrastructure development in Africa.
Nigeria Energy, will bring together contractors, developers, investors, project owners, and utilities to network and develop reliable power solutions for the country’s peak energy demand and pave the way for decentralisation.
Following on from the success of Africa Renewables Investment Summit in Cape Town in 2022, this new edition of our annual conference, ARIF, will be THE place to meet for all renewable energy stakeholders of the African continent bringing under one roof institutional and private investors, project developers, policy makers, energy utilities, regulators, corporates and the most influential energy sector decision makers.
Green Energy Africa Summit is the global platform for stimulating deals and transactions across the African Energy Industry. The event brings together governments, national regulators and utility companies, independent power players, investors, financial institutions and service providers. The summit will drive deals and investment into energy projects, provide energy access and solutions for the continent and shape the future of Africa.
MWC Africa brings together industry sectors, business leaders and policymakers with the region’s mobile ecosystem to discuss the continent’s ambition to enhance the power of connectivity.