Ritz Carlton Beijing

15th October 2015 - 16th October 2015

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Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum
Where Deals are Made Between Chinese Investors & African Developers

开发者和投资商之间商机在哪里

The rapid growth in Chinese-African trade is revolutionising development in Africa, stimulating crucial upgrades of the continent’s infrastructure and power sector and ushering a new era of prosperity. It is with this world-transforming development in mind that EnergyNet Ltd is excited to announce the 4th annual Africa Power and Infrastructure Forum, to be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel from the 15th – 16th October, 2015 in Beijing, China.

This pivotal event is where real, practical change happens - each year major investment deals are closed, and these in turn have shaped the future of Africa’s infrastructure and power development. This year’s forum will feature the official announcements of brand new, large-scale infrastructure and power projects with lucrative opportunities for foreign investors. This year we welcome back our partners CADFund and The China Electricity Council, in addition to hearing from a number of key figures within the investment discussion, including several African Ministers of Energy and Infrastructure, heads of utilities, power developers and financiers.

The meeting will be underpinned by 4 major infrastructure and power projects currently shaping Africa’s energy sector.

  • The East to West Land Bridge including a deep-water port in Lamu, Kenya
  • East African Standard Gauge Railway
  • Dry port development in Gabon and the DRC
  • PPP power projects in Kenya and many more
  • Each of these projects requires large scale investment and we shall be highlighting at AIPF the opportunities available across Africa.

AIPF 2014 in pictures:

 

   

 

 
What our delegates had to say:
 
“Excellent opportunity to mix and network with investors and financiers of projects in a well-organised environment whilst listening to expert speakers”

Evans Msiska, Director of Generation, Escom Ltd

“A very good platform for developers and other market players to meet and forge good business relationships”

Ezinwa C. Ibekwe, Chief Executive Officer, Interaf Power

“It’s a great opportunity provided by this platform for business networking and identification of potential business partners. Such a useful event!”

Mr Matheus Kanime, Engineer, UNAM

“Very informative- well organised. Excellent contacts and networking”

John Ravaloson, Managing Director, Arborescence Capital

“Thank you for an excellent event. Once more you managed to surprise with high attendance, good organisation and interesting content”

Stephan Willms, Partner, Africa Enablers

 

Speakers

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His Excellency, Ambassador Henry Macauley His Excellency, Ambassador Henry Macauley Minister of Energy Sierra Leone
H.E. Excellency, James Musoni H.E. Excellency, James Musoni Minister of Infrastructure Rwanda
H.E. Hon Maria Kiwanuka H.E. Hon Maria Kiwanuka Senior Advisor to the H.E. The President and The President’s Office in charge of Finance Uganda
H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development Uganda
Silvester Kasuku Silvester Kasuku Director General LAPSSET Corridor Development Authority
Ing. William Amuna Ing. William Amuna Chief Executive Officer GRIDCo, Ghana
Joshua K. Choge Joshua K. Choge Chairman KENGEN, Kenya
Engineer Lebbi Changullah Engineer Lebbi Changullah Secretary General Eastern Africa Power Pool
Mr Zelalem Gebrehiwot Mr Zelalem Gebrehiwot Technical Director Eastern Africa Power Pool
David Humphrey David Humphrey Global Head of Power and Infrastructure Standard Bank
Liliang Teng Liliang Teng Chief Marketing Officer China-Africa Development Fund
Dr Stephen Njiru Dr Stephen Njiru Director, Geothermal Development Company Kenya
Harry Greaves Harry Greaves Founder Brescelco, Liberia
Moctar Toure Moctar Toure President Mali Electricity and Water Regulatory (CREE)
Jeremy Stevenson Asia Economist Standard Bank
Patrick P. Guo Executive Head: Power and Infrastructure Standard Bank, China
Dr. Hynd Bouhia Chief Executive Officer Global Nexus, Morocco

Speakers

His Excellency, Ambassador Henry Macauley
His Excellency, Ambassador Henry Macauley
Minister of Energy
Sierra Leone
Amb. Ing. Henry Macauley is currently the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Sierra leone.
 
He has served as the Sierra Leone High Commissioner to Nigeria, accredited also to Republic of Angola, Republic of Benin, Republic of Cameroun, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Equitorial Guinea, Central Africa Republic and ECOWAS 
 
Amb. Ing. Macauley consummate skills in Diplomacy and International Relations. Has significant experience in corporate business development and international trade especially in West Africa. 
 
He has strong public relations skills with Government authorities and excellent interpersonal and negotiating skills, with strong knowledge of various societies and cultures
 
Ing. Macauley was:
  • Chairman for the Ecowater and Energy Services Company Ltd in Sierra Leone
  • Chairman for the Staco Insurance Company Sierra Leone Ltd
  • President of the National Association for Indigenous Business in Sierra Leone
  • Senior Trader, of the Partenaire Service a L’Industerie in Paris, France and Commodities Trader for Intraco Consultants Inc in New York
 
Ing. Macauley has participated in various Government/Private sector negotiations and programs
  • He created the Sierra Leone Nigeria Economic Commission (SLENIG) and the Nigeria Sierra Leone Chamber of commerce.
  • He has worked relentlessly and successfully to take Nigerian Companies to Sierra Leone, fostering trade and economic development between the two countries
 
He supports financially several orphanages, education and social activities throughout the continent but mainly in Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Liberia
 
Apart from his excellent communication skills in the English Language (Home Language),  Ing Macauley is also fluent in the following languages:
 
French, Portuguse and Spanish
 
He earns: 
  • The Academic degree of Master of Business Administration from the Knightsbridge University in Denmark
  • Bachelor of Engineering Honours Degree in Electrical Engineering from Fourahbay College - University of Sierra Leone
  • A certificate in Introduction to Oil Industry – Oxford Princeton Program
  • A baccaleaurate of French Language – Alliance Francaise Paris, France
H.E. Excellency, James Musoni
H.E. Excellency, James Musoni
Minister of Infrastructure
Rwanda
Hon. James Musoni is the Minister of Infrastructure in the Government of the Republic of Rwanda. Before his present position, he has served his Government in important positions, namely; Minister of Local Government (2009-2014); Minister of Finance and Economic Planning (2006-2009); Minister of Commerce, Industry, Investment Promotion, Tourism and Cooperatives (2005-2006); Commissioner General of Rwanda Revenue Authority (2001-2005) and Deputy Commissioner General of Rwanda Revenue Authority (2000-2001).
 
Hon. James Musoni is a leader and a motivator with an established personality on public management affairs. He has spearheaded and guided a number of reforms in Rwanda that have contributed to Rwanda’s extraordinary performance in socio-economic transformation that continue to make Rwanda a best practice show case for public management and good governance on the Continent and the Globe.
 
Hon. James Musoni has an MBA-Finance from Newport International University, California, USA and a BCom-Finance from Makerere University-Kampala, Uganda. He also obtained other certificates in different areas including a Certificate in Public Finance Management Executive Course from John Kennedy Harvard University.
 
H.E. Hon Maria Kiwanuka
H.E. Hon Maria Kiwanuka
Senior Advisor to the H.E. The President and The President’s Office in charge of Finance
Uganda
1977, BComm, Makerere University; MBA, London Business School, UK. From 1980, more than 10 years with the World Bank, as an Economist and Financial Analyst, East Asian and Southern African regions, covering projects in Burma, Malawi, Swaziland and Uganda. Then returned to Uganda and went into private business involving broadcasting, publishing, real estate and economic consulting. Former: Managing Director, Radio One and Radio Two, Uganda. 2011, appointed Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development; ex-officio Member of Parliament of Uganda. Former Member: Presidential Economic Commission; Presidential Investors Roundtable. Former Non-Executive Director, Board of Directors: Agha Khan Foundation (East Africa); The Nabagereka Development Trust; Nkumba University; Uganda Development Bank; Stanbic Bank Uganda.
 
H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara
H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara
Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development
Uganda
Silvester Kasuku
Silvester Kasuku
Director General
LAPSSET Corridor Development Authority
Ing. William Amuna
Ing. William Amuna
Chief Executive Officer
GRIDCo, Ghana
Ing. William Amuna, graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 1985 with a BSc. (Honors) Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. 
 
He has an MBA (Finance) from the University of Ghana (2001), an MPA in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2003) and a postgraduate certificate in Electrical Power Systems from the Advanced School in Power Systems, Penn State University (USA).
Prior to his appointment as Chief Executive, he worked in Volta River Authority where he began his career in 1985 as Assistant Engineer and rose to the position of Director, Projects and Systems Monitoring.
 
He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a fellow of the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE). 
 
Joshua K. Choge
Joshua K. Choge
Chairman
KENGEN, Kenya
Mr. Joshua Kibet Choge is the Chairman of KenGen Board of Directors. Born in 1958, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Statistics.  He is a trained accountant from Strathmore College and has also undergone training by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply UK on Procurement Management. He is currently pursuing a master of management and leadership (MML) degree at The Management University of Africa. 
 
Mr. Choge is also an executive member of The Institute of Directors (Kenya). He has over fifteen years experience in the public sector, having served in various positions in public sector, including the East African Portland Cement, where he served as Purchasing Manager and also as Deputy Chief Internal Auditor.
 
He is the Chairman of the Board of African Inland Church Kapsabet Bible College in Nandi County. Currently, Mr. Choge is the C.E.O of Talent Foundation International (TFI), a non-governmental organization that targets to identify and develop talent among needy children.  
 
Engineer Lebbi Changullah
Engineer Lebbi Changullah
Secretary General
Eastern Africa Power Pool
Mr. Lebbi Mwendavanu Kisitu Changullah was born on 27 March, 1955 in Mwatasi Village, district of Kilolo in Iringa Region, Tanzania. In 1978 he went to Moscow the capital of the then Soviet Union (USSR) for a scholarship at Lumumba University where in 1984; he graduated his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 
 
Upon return to Tanzania in October 1984, he joined the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) in the Planning Department as a Planning Engineer. In 1987 he went to the United States of America (US) to study Engineering Economics and Energy Planning at the University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia. Since 1989, he has been working in the same department as Senior Planning Engineer and Principle Planning Engineer and he was now working as Manager of Strategic Planning before being appointed to the post of EAPP Secretary General in April, 2014. 
 
During his employment period in TANESCO, he attended trainings on several courses related to Power Sector- specializing on among others, Project Management, Generation and Transmission Plan¬ning and preparation of Power System Master Plans in the countries of Canada, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Brazil, South Africa, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt and Botswana. 
 
His vast knowledge of the Power Sector was accelerated by his participation in various Study Tours, Workshops and Meetings in and outside the country where he repre-sented TANESCO and the country as a whole. 
 
Mr Zelalem Gebrehiwot
Mr Zelalem Gebrehiwot
Technical Director
Eastern Africa Power Pool
David Humphrey
David Humphrey
Global Head of Power and Infrastructure
Standard Bank
As global sector head, Power and Infrastructure, David is responsible for developing Standard Bank’s involvement in the growth of this core sector in Africa, and helping clients expand their activities into or within Africa. 
 
David has had a career in asset based deals in Europe and Africa, and has specialised in rail and telecoms.  As global head, David oversees industries such as conventional power, renewable energy, construction and cement, as well as transport. 
 
He was formerly employed at the Strategic Rail Authority and then Babcock & Brown (B&B) in the UK, specialising in rail finance.  He was involved in many of the major projects in the late 1990’s and 2000’s, including the West and East Coast Main Line developments in the UK, and investment in the rolling stock market in Europe, including the purchase of Angel Trains from RBS in 2008.
 
Liliang Teng
Liliang Teng
Chief Marketing Officer
China-Africa Development Fund

Mr Teng Liliang, Chief Marketing Officer of China-Africa Development Fund, has 25 years of private equity and banking experience. Prior to the tenure in CADFund, he was the Deputy General Manager of China Technology Innovation Corporation. Mr. Teng has deep insight of clean energy market, especially in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Mr. Teng was awarded a master degree of risk management by the University of READING of Britain in 2001, and a MBA degree by Tsinghua University of China in 1997.

Dr Stephen Njiru
Dr Stephen Njiru
Director, Geothermal Development Company
Kenya

Dr. Stephen Njiru is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over 20 years international experience as a lawyer, and in private practice, with government (Public sector) and in Academia.  He has undertaken all aspects of Legal Practice including Criminal, Civil and Commercial Litigation. His main fields have been Constitutional and Public Law, International Economic Law, Legal Systems and Services, Municipal and International Law.

Dr. Njiru who is the Chairman of the Legal and Regulatory Committee of the GDC Board of Directors, is also a member of the Finance Committee of the Board. He has advised governments (including the Government of Kenya as a State Counsel and also as a Special Consul and Legal Adviser to the Government), public bodies, International Corporations and other firms. He has also been a lecturer of Law, having taught at the University of Manchester. Njiru is also widely experienced in the areas of Public / Constitutional Law, Legal Systems and Methods, Law of Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Economic Law and Human Rights. He has Worked and conducted research on the Bretton Woods Institution including the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization and World Intellectual Property Organization.
 
He was the Head of the Technical team on the Constitution of Kenya which oversaw the Constitution Review Process leading to the promulgation of the New Constitution in Kenya. He was appointed to the GDC Board as an Independent Director on the 10th day of February 2012.
 
Harry Greaves
Harry Greaves
Founder
Brescelco, Liberia

Mr. Harry Greaves is the founder of the NGO "Coalition to Bring Plenty Cheap Reliable Stable Electricity to Liberia" (Brescelco, for short). Brescelco is an advocacy group spearheading a grassroots movement in Liberia to end the monopoly on the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in the country and to open these services up to private sector participation.

Mr. Greaves served as managing director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) from 2006 to 2009. At LPRC  he spearheaded a major corporate restructuring program that saw the company increase its pre-tax annual profits from US$1.5 million to $8 million per year.

Upon the end of Liberia's civil war,  Mr. Greaves served as economic advisor to the Head of State of the transitional government.

Mr. Greaves is a certified public accountant, with memberships in the Greater Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Moctar Toure
Moctar Toure
President
Mali Electricity and Water Regulatory (CREE)
Mr. Moctar TOURE, Power Engineer and Economist, currently President of CREE, Mali’s Regulatory Commission for Electricity and Water utilities, and, founding member of AFUR (African Forum for Utility Regulators).
 
He held a Master in Power Engineering at SUPELEC in France (79) and a Master in Energy Systems Economy at Paris IX Dauphine University (1984). In 1996, he graduated from Harvard University (HKS) with a Master of Public Administration and Management.
 
In 1985, He started his brilliant career as a Project Director with EDM (the main electricity and water utilities company in Mali) then has been promoted as Chief Executive Officer in 1991 of the same company. He successfully contributed to develop and coordinate implementation of Mali’s Power sector restructuring programs, including capacity building plan, private sector participation mechanisms (management contract of EDM), which required wholesale reform of the country power and water sector regulatory and legal framework.
 
From 1997 to 2000, he was Advisor for the Ministry of Mine and Energy and the Ministry of Telecommunication of Mali, where he led a wide range of Energy and others infrastructures (Telecommunication) development strategies.
 
From 2000 to 2002, he was advisor to the Prime Minister office in charge of Regional infrastructures programs (in Energy, Telecommunication, and Transport) before joining the Regulatory Commission. 
 
Jeremy Stevenson
Asia Economist
Standard Bank
Patrick P. Guo
Executive Head: Power and Infrastructure
Standard Bank, China
Dr. Hynd Bouhia
Chief Executive Officer
Global Nexus, Morocco

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Why Attend

The Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum brought together key stakeholders from Africa to Asia to discuss opportunities for investment in Energy, Transport and Infrastructure Projects

The next AIPF will take place from 15-16 October 2015.

Why should you attend if you are from China?

  • Meet with and sell your services to African developers who are actively seeking Chinese partnerships 
  • Meet with Government Ministers to discuss future projects and the latest policies supporting Chinese investment in to Africa.

  • Showcase bankable projects in the pipeline across Africa

  • Examine which sectors and countries are likely to provide the most fruitful returns and why

Why should you attend if you are from the rest of the World?

  • Meet Chinese officials who will talk about their investment policy into Africa
     
  • Some of the biggest Chinese investors discuss unveiling their investment strategies and plans for the coming 
     
  • Presentations from power technology providers in China who are actively seeking investment opportunities

非洲基础设施&能源论坛将汇聚非洲及亚洲的主要利益相关方,共同探讨在能源、交通及基础设施项目的投资机会。

  • 与正在为本国寻求投资的各国部长及项目发展商(或事业单位)面对面。
  • 与此时此刻寻找新的商机的可靠利益相关方面对面。
  • 唯一在亚洲举办的该种类别国际会议, 用以寻求亚洲对非洲境外投资机会。
  • 聆听有关非洲通道现行项目的案例分析的绝佳机会
  • 与正在寻求在非洲投资新项目及其他投资机会的投资方面对面。
  • 更好的了解中国对非洲投资策略及政策。
  • 与电力、交通及信息通讯技术领域的主要相关利益者及推动方面对面。

   

 

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Sponsors

Standard Bank

Forum Sponsor

Standard Bank Corporate & Investment Banking aims to be the leading corporate and investment banking business in, for and across Africa, with a deep specialisation in natural resources.

Building on over 150 years’ experience as an African emerging markets bank, and through our on-the-ground presence and local insight, we connect our clients to opportunities across Africa and beyond. And we firmly believe that Africa’s time is now.

Extensive experience in mining and metals

Standard Bank’s highly skilled and experienced multi-disciplinary teams are ideally positioned to advise and provide assistance to clients seeking a broad range of corporate finance and market-led solutions to the complex challenges facing the mining and metals sector in Africa and other key markets.

 

 

NEDBANK Capital

STRATEGIC PARTNER

Nedbank Capital is the investment banking arm of Nedbank Group, one of the four largest banking groups in South Africa. Our full spectrum investment banking offering stretches from debt advisory and long-term project financing to equity trading and research. Nedbank Capital is based at the Group’s head office in Johannesburg, South Africa with large operational centres in Durban and Cape Town, as well as offices in London, Toronto, Namibia and Angola.

Our dedicated energy team has successfully concluded limited recourse finance deals within the electricity, oil & gas and biofuels sectors, both internationally and within Africa. The team’s mandate follows a full sector approach and includes financing to parastatals and corporates within the energy sector.

ICBC STANDARD BANK

SPONSOR

  

To sponsor next year's Forum, please contact:
 

For Africa, Middle East, Asia and ROW

Brian Reffell

Sales Director

International +44 (0)20 7384 7812

aipf@energynet.co.uk

 
 

Partners

The Beijing Axis
The Beijing Axis

Consulting Partner

The Beijing Axis (www.thebeijingaxis.com) is an international advisory and procurement firm. Combining extensive experience and comprehensive capabilities, we collaborate with clients across their value chain via our strategy and management consulting; capital advisory; commodity trading; and procurement and supply chain managed services in order to raise their performance and profitability. With more than 11 years of delivering international advisory and procurement solutions, we have offices in Beijing, Singapore, Perth and Johannesburg, with Mumbai and Latin America currently being rolled out.

Construction Review Online
Construction Review Online

Construction Review is the leading journal for the construction industry with a readership comprising over 5000 professionals, contractors, engineers and decision-makers in both the government and private sector. The publications distribution serves audience all across Africa, from Western Africa to East Africa and Southern Africa. The editorial content covers every facet of the industry, from housing to infrastructure, products and services. 

For more information please visit: http://constructionreviewonline.com/

 

Gallery

Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum

Welcome to the official gallery of the Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum.

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Pricing Information
价格信息

  2 Days Conference
Introductory Rate (until 23rd July) £1,050
Early Bird Rate (until 20 August) £1,400
Standard Rate (after 20 August) £1,750

To register please contact:
Michael Cluskey
T: 44 (0)20 7384 7833
E: michael.cluskey@energynet.co.uk

 

 

 

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If you would like to attend AIPF 2015 as a member of press or are interested in a media partnership please contact:
如果您作为媒体人员参会或是您有兴趣作为媒体合作方,请联系:

Michael Cluskey
Marketing Director
T: +44 (0) 20 7384 7833

aipf@energynet.co.uk

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Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum - Tour

The Tour to the Forbidden Palace will take place before the conference on Wednesday 30th October in the afternoon (expected pick up time 13:00 from the Ritz Carlton).

Price is £50 per person: Click here to register

You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to the city center to briefly visit [Tian'anmen Square], one of the largest city squares in the world. It is located on the central axis of old Beijing and a famous monument in Beijing, the capital of the People's Republic of China. In the center of Tian'anmen Square stands the Monument to the People's Heroes. Then we go to the [Forbidden City]--Imperial palaces for the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now called the Palace Museum, the city contains 800 ceremonial buildings, 9,999 rooms, and a courtyard that can hold 100,000 people. Later the rest of the day is on your own to explore more about this city.

Tour ends after returning to your hotel.

AIPF Post Summit Report

Why Sponsor AIPF? 为什么赞助非洲基础设施&能源论坛?

The Africa Infrastructure & Power Forum 2014 offers sponsors a unique environment in which to develop new business and increase brand visibility amongst the key stakeholders in both Africa’s and Asia’s power and infrastructure sectors. The Forum will serve as an effective trading post between Asian investors and African Energy Ministers & Utility companies so your company will have an opportunity to deliver key messages regarding your products and services to two sets of potential clients. In short, we aim to deliver real value.

   

We know that sponsors want to secure a return on their investment, and we have an effective structure in place to ensure they meet with the right people, speak in the relevant sessions, and place their logo in the most prominent positions to build vital brand equity.

EnergyNet works closely with all of our sponsors and importantly recognises that “off the shelf” packages do not always meet the objectives of the client. Our sponsorship team is happy to construct a tailored package which reflects the specific aims of the client and which matches their budget and resources.

非洲基础设施&能源论坛2014为赞助商提供一个独特的环境,用以发展新的业务,并在非洲及亚洲电力和基础设施领域的主要利益相关方中间提高品牌知名度。论坛将成为亚洲投资商与非洲能源部长及公用事业单位之间有效的贸易展会,因此您的公司将有机会对您的产品及服务面向两个渠道的客户进行关键词推广。一句话,我们的目标是提供真正的价值。
 
我们知道赞助商希望能够确保其投资取得相应的回报,我们有一套有效的机制,可以确保赞助商会晤合适的人员、在相关会议上发表言论并将其LOGO放置在显眼的位置以打造品牌资本。
 
Energynet与所有赞助商紧密合作,最重要的是,Energynet意识到现成的软件包并不能百分百满足客户的目标需求。我们的赞助商团队将很乐意量身定制能够反应客户的具体目标并将其目标与资源进行有效配置的软件包

For further information or to discuss your requirements please contact:
要了解进一步相关信息或提出您的要求,请联系:

For Africa, Middle East, Asia and ROW
非洲、中东、亚洲及其他地区

Alex Moulds

Director for Development
发展总监

International +44 (0)7500 702 171

Nigeria +234 816 686 0008

AIPF@energynet.co.uk

For Europe and the USA
欧洲及美国

Damon Thompson

Commercial Director
商务总监

+44 (0)20 7384 8071

AIPF@energynet.co.uk