NABA is pleased to welcome our members (with member discounted registration fee) – to attend the Africa Energy Forum – taking place in Copenhagen/Denmark from the 7th – 9th of June.
Africa Energy Forum (www.africa-energy-forum.com) is the leading global investment meeting for Africa’s power, energy, infrastructure & industrial sectors, widely respected in the industry as the annual meeting place for networking and signing deals.
C-suite professionals attend to discuss investment opportunities in the African power sector. Combining targeted country and sector-specific sessions with first class networking functions and a shell scheme exhibition featuring leading solution providers, AEF connects African energy, finance & infrastructure ministers plus heads of utilities and regulatory bodies with the international private sector, cementing relationships and driving forward project developments on the continent.
AEF 2016 welcomed over 2,000 delegates from Africa, North America, Europe and Asia to London when it was held in June earlier this year. 80 countries in total were represented, including 32 African countries. Sectors most represented at the Forum include public sector decision-makers, financial institutions, power developers, law firms, advisors and consultants, engineering, procurement and construction firms and technology providers.
A full report from last year complete with attendee stats can be found here: www.energynet.co.uk