Power Week Africa to assemble industry eggheads

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POWER WEEK AFRICA is the 2nd annual international conference and summit specially designed for the African electric power and energy industry, promising 5 days of premium networking opportunities that is inclusive of a 2-day main conference, 6 supplementary workshops, multiple case studies from a wide array of perspectives, expert opinions and unrivalled insights into the African electric power and energy market prospects.

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It also promises an abundance of opportunities to network with C-level executives in the African electric power and energy industry ranging from regulators, national power companies, financial institutions, investors, renewable and IPPs, government ministries, policy makers, law firms and many more, an opportunity to interact with key players of the African electric power and energy industry – all at one platform!

With our diverse pool of internationally renowned participants, you are guaranteed valuable insights on an extensive range of topics that concern the African electric power and energy industry today – financing, investment and guarantees, supply and demand, project management, electricity markets, governance, political risk, workforce development, tariffs, privatization, renewable energy, solar, power generation, accessibility, affordability, technological advancements, mini grids, energy storage, off-grid solutions, managing losses and so much more.

This year’s conference will address cutting edge topics with real examples and case studies including speakers chosen from across Africa and beyond. Some of whom include, Jeff Radebe, Minister of Energy, Department of Energy, South Africa, James Momoh, Chairman, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, London Mwafulilwa, Chairman, Copperbelt Energy Corporation, Zambia, Eddie O’Connor, Chairman, Mainstream Renewable Power, Ireland, Jonathan Amoako-Baah, CEO, GRIDCo, Ghana, Mark Swilling, Chairman, Development Bank of Southern Africa, South Africa, among others. Agatha Nnaji, Managing Director, Geometric Power, Nigeria, Cheikh Bedda, Director, African Union Commission, Ethiopia, Josef Abramowitz, President and CEO, Gigawatt Global, Israel are also on the list. To find out the speakers’ profile, visit www.power-week.com/Africa/Speakers

 

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