Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club Nairobi

25th March 2015 - 27th March 2015

Breaking the transmission barrier

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The Powering East Africa meeting took place at the Windsor Golf and Country Club, Nairobi, Kenya between 25-27th March 2015.
 
Powering East Africa is a unique meeting of 100 senior level decision-makers and investors designed to crack the transmission deadlock and open up East Africa's power sector for investment.
 
A regionally focused meeting, Powering East Africa welcomed government stakeholders and private sector leaders from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Zambia to engage with international financiers, power developers and investors to focus on what is needed to unlock investment in transmission for regional growth and development. 
 
Breaking the Transmission Barrier
 
Power transmission and distribution is a crucial lifeline for East Africa - it is through this that power generation and industrialisation will flow.  

Currently, 4 out of 5 East Africans are living without access to electricity. The social, economic and political implications of this are vast.  Overall system losses in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are way above the global average of 10 per cent. This situation that has left the power utilities- Kenya Power, Umeme and TANESCO- grappling with spiralling operating costs that are passed on to consumers, making power more expensive in the region.

The potential for cross border trade, increased GDPs, job creation, infrastructural development and rural electrification will energise provincial East Africa, changing lives and putting the region on the map. Without transmission, generated power will simply go to waste.  

Efficient transmission of power will allow governments in Africa to effectively utilise the power currently generated and deliver on election promises to bring electricity to rural and urban areas.  

The meeting is limited to 100 senior-level executives. This closed-meeting format is designed to encourage open debate between participants and lively discussion.

To be added to the mailing list for next year's meeting, please email amy.offord@energynet.co.uk
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The Powering East Africa meeting took place at the Windsor Golf and Country Club, Nairobi, Kenya between 25-27th March 2015.
 
Powering East Africa is a unique meeting of 100 senior level decision-makers and investors designed to crack the transmission deadlock and open up East Africa's power sector for investment.
 
A regionally focused meeting, Powering East Africa welcomed government stakeholders and private sector leaders from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Zambia to engage with international financiers, power developers and investors to focus on what is needed to unlock investment in transmission for regional growth and development. 
 
Breaking the Transmission Barrier
 
Power transmission and distribution is a crucial lifeline for East Africa - it is through this that power generation and industrialisation will flow.  

Currently, 4 out of 5 East Africans are living without access to electricity. The social, economic and political implications of this are vast.  Overall system losses in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are way above the global average of 10 per cent. This situation that has left the power utilities- Kenya Power, Umeme and TANESCO- grappling with spiralling operating costs that are passed on to consumers, making power more expensive in the region.

The potential for cross border trade, increased GDPs, job creation, infrastructural development and rural electrification will energise provincial East Africa, changing lives and putting the region on the map. Without transmission, generated power will simply go to waste.  

Efficient transmission of power will allow governments in Africa to effectively utilise the power currently generated and deliver on election promises to bring electricity to rural and urban areas.  

The meeting is limited to 100 senior-level executives. This closed-meeting format is designed to encourage open debate between participants and lively discussion.

To be added to the mailing list for next year's meeting, please email amy.offord@energynet.co.uk
 

 

Speakers

Distinguished Speakers Include:

H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara
H.E. Hon Minister Aston Kajara
Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development
Uganda
H.E. Hon Davis Chirchir
H.E. Hon Davis Chirchir
Cabinet Secretary
Department of Energy, Kenya
Hon. Joseph Njoroge
Hon. Joseph Njoroge
Principal Secretary
Ministry of Energy Government of Kenya
H.E Hon Christopher Yaluma
H.E Hon Christopher Yaluma
Minister of Energy and Minerals
Zambia
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. Excellency, James Musoni
H.E. Excellency, James Musoni
Minister of Infrastructure
Rwanda
Hon Senator Kiraritu Murungi
Hon Senator Kiraritu Murungi

Goverment of Kenya
Dr Babu Ram
Dr Babu Ram
Chief Power Engineer
African Development Bank
Engr. Joel Kiilu
Engr. Joel Kiilu
Managing Director & CEO
KETRACO
Felchesmi Mramba
Felchesmi Mramba
Managing Director
TANESCO
Eng. Emma Kiilu
Eng. Emma Kiilu
Chairman
Energy Regulatory Commission
Dr John Mativo
Dr John Mativo
Chief Planning, Planning & Development
KETRACO
Engineer Lebbi Changullah
Engineer Lebbi Changullah
Secretary General
Eastern Africa Power Pool
Dr Stephen Njiru
Dr Stephen Njiru
Director, Geothermal Development Company
Kenya
Dr. Clinton Carter-Brown
Dr. Clinton Carter-Brown
Technical Advisor
IPP Office, Department of Energy, South Africa
Joshua K. Choge
Joshua K. Choge
Chairman
KENGEN, Kenya
Albert Mugo
Albert Mugo
Managing Director
KENGEN, Kenya
Professor Izael Pereira Da Silva
Professor Izael Pereira Da Silva

Strathmore Energy Reasearch Center
Vinod Kumar Khare
Vinod Kumar Khare
CEO
Ethiopian Electric Utility
Stuart Heather-Clark
Stuart Heather-Clark
Partner and Power Sector Lead
ERM
Kyle Denning
Kyle Denning
Managing Director
Viability Africa, Kenya
Sylvia Chahonyo
Sylvia Chahonyo
Country Manager
South Africa and General Manager, Moodys
Ben Chumo
Ben Chumo
Managing Director
Kenya Power and Lighting Company
Lucy Chege
Lucy Chege
General Manager
Infrastructure Finance - Energy Environment & PPPs
Jean Bosco Mugiraneza
Jean Bosco Mugiraneza
Chief Executive Officer
Rwanda Energy Group
Mohamed Mustafa Rafea
Mohamed Mustafa Rafea
CEO
Midal Cables
Alex Sarac
Alex Sarac
Legal Director-East Africa
DLA Piper
Siyanga Malumo
Siyanga Malumo
Chairman
Copperbelt Energy Corporation, Zambia
Bart Tsala
Bart Tsala
President
Kidagia Group
Laurencia Njagi
Laurencia Njagi
Senior Energy Specialist
World Bank
Mark Carrato
Mark Carrato
Chief
Office of Economic Growth (OEG) and Power Africa Kenya Team Leader
Charles Chapman
Charles Chapman
Managing Director
Umeme, Uganda
Jean Pierre De Leu
Jean Pierre De Leu
Vice President
Black Rhino
Luiz Eduardo Melin
Luiz Eduardo Melin
Previous Managing Director, International and Foreign Trade Divisions
Brazilian Development Bank
Deo Onyango
Deo Onyango
Renewable Energy Leader Sub-Saharan Africa
General Electric

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Discussions at the meeting will focus on:
 
What are the Transmission challenges?
 
How can regional integration assist transmission development?
 
How can transmission projects be made more bankable?
 
• Getting the most out of East Africa’s Utilities
 
• The Importance of Regional Power Pools in East Africa’s regional development
 
•  How can the South America’s transmission model assist with East Africa’s Regional Inter-connections?
 
• Financing of Transmission networks: What are the impediments for private sector participation?  How can transmission projects be made more bankable?

To submit a topic for the agenda or to discuss speaking opportunities at the meeting, please contact Veronica on veronica@energynet.co.uk

Location

EnergyNet welcomes you to Africa's finest golf hotel
 
The Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club is Africa's leading Golf Resort, boasting Kenya's best golf course.
 
The resort is a mere 15 minutes drive from Nairobi's central business district and 45 minutes from the main airport. As Nairobi's leading 5 star golf hotel, it features a cluster of impressive Victorian style buildings with 130 deluxe rooms comprising of twins, doubles, studio suites and cottages all overlooking the spectacular 18-hole championship golf course.
 
 
Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club also offers:
 
• 16-hour business centre
 
• Free WI-FI internet access in all rooms and public areas (for resident guests)
 
• Jogging track, tennis & squash courts, heated pool amongst other spa facilities
 
 
Preferential rates for delegates
 
EnergyNet has arranged special rates to stay at the Windsor for delegates of Powering East Africa. To find out how to book your room, email amy.offord@energynet.co.uk

Why Attend

Join us at the Powering East Africa 2016 meeting
 
Effective power transmission and distribution is crucial to the success of power projects across the continent. There is little advantage to generation of power without the means of efficiently evacuating it for industrial and domestic use. 
 
However, despite over US$8bln of project investments in greenfield projects in South Africa alone, transmission continues to collapse, significantly impacting the social and political landscape of the continent. In additon, this threatens the bankability of future generation projects already under development.
 
Be a part of a unique meeting which will shape the future of regional power transmission & generation - Powering East Africa is the only meeting of its kind dedicated to moving T&D up the political agenda and transforming the landscape for generation
 
• Save your business time and money by attending a unique, impartial conversation focused solely on East Africa’s power transmission crisis. This concentrated two day debate welcomes only 100 pivotal industry leaders to enable you to engage with everyone in the room
 
 Fast-track your project’s success by discovering the bottlenecks in regional and national T&D which influence the speed at which deals can be done
 
Shape your investment strategy by learning from the experiences of T&D developers from China, South America and the USA, and discovering the upcoming phases of the Zambia -Tanzania -Kenya inter-connector
 
• Meet the individuals who can posiitively influence your business strategy - come face to face with the government decision-makers, international transmission companies and DFIs who have the power to transform East Africa’s power landscape and break down the barriers to effective transmission
 
Who Should Attend?
 
This meeting is limited to 100 senior-level executives from the below locations and industries. This closed-meeting format is designed to encourage open debate between participants and lively discussion.
 
Countries
 
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Africa, Ethiopia, USA, UK, China, India, Germany, France and Spain
 
Industries
 
Government representatives
Super national banks
Multilaterals and regional development banks
Transmission companies
Generation companies
Distribution companies
Institutional investors
Asset managers pension funds
Hedge funds
Private equity investors
Sovereign wealth funds
Power project developers
Equity sponsors
Construction companies
Contractors and operators
Energy companies
Commercial banks
Export credit agencies
Rating agencies
Law firms consultants
Accountants
Insurers
 
To discuss how your company can become involved in the 2016 meeting or to contribute a topic for discussion, please contact amy.offord@energynet.co.uk

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Sponsors

DLA Piper Africa

Strategic Sponsor

DLA Piper is one of the most active law firms in Africa, with a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers working on energy and infrastructure development projects and related financings as well as mergers and acquisitions. We deliver legal services to a broad range of clients, including project sponsors, governments, parastatals, and banking and financial institutions in the renewables, power, oil and gas, telecommunications, infrastructure and mining sectors. 
We combine the skills and talents of our lawyers on the ground in our Casablanca and Johannesburg offices with experienced practitioners in New York, Washington, D.C., London, Paris and other commercial centers to provide a coordinated and experienced approach to achieving our clients’ business objectives in Africa and beyond. Our firm has established DLA Piper Africa, an alliance of leading law firms in Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia to further our on the ground coverage.
 

 

Midal

Sponsor

Midal Cables Limited was established in 1977 in Bahrain, to manufacture Aluminum wire Rod and Overhead Electrical Transmission Cables.
 
Since then, the company has developed into a significant player in the Aluminuum wire rod and Electrical Transmission Industry in Bahrain, the GCC and around the world. Manufacturing locations in Bahrain, Turkey, Australia, Saudi Arabia and now most recently in Mozambique have boosted capacity to 435,000MT, making Midal the world’s largest producer of aluminum wire rod.
 
Midal has participated in numerous power transmission and distribution projects, meeting the most stringent technical standards and supply requirements. The company has continued a policy of investment in the most up-to-date Technology at its manufacturing facilities and has put a great emphasis on work force training to ensure technical excellence in its products.
 
Midal Cables International Lda, Mozambique, was established in 2013 with a capacity of 50,000MT per annum to cater to the growing demands of the African market. The plant sources high quality  metal from the adjescent, Mozal smelter and benifits from the latest equipment in the industry as well as the best practices of the Group
 
After 38 Years of Success, Midal Cables Limited is still looking forward to continuous growth and improvement in its business processes. 
 
 
Please visit www.midalcable.com for more details.
Environmental Resources Management

Sustainability Partner 

ERM is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting and sustainability related services. We work extensively with Africa’s energy industry and have over 40 years’ experience globally, working with some of the world’s leading companies.

We deliver sustainable solutions which balance environmental concerns with management, economic, technological and social needs. This enables our clients to maximise revenues, comply with regulations, improve performance and enhance their corporate reputation and public perception. ERM supports clients whose business objectives go further than compliance with regulations including realising ambitions for a sustainable and socially responsible company.

The Kidiaga Group

Sponsor

Various areas of life continuously provide opportunites to rethink how to efficiently produce, transport and deliver that which has ultimately become the most critical to the existence and sustainability of any modern society: electricity. The KiDiaGa Group was founded with the vision to positively contribute to that discussion, from a perspective that values electricity as a commodity whose economic dynamics must align with reliability and a secure environment. 
 
At The KiDiaGa Group, we understand that innovation and collaboration with our clients are the necessary ingredients to a successful partnership. As such, our team will always approach every challenge our clients face as an opportunity to achieve that goal.  
 
For more information visit http://www.kidiaga.com/

Partners

East Africa Venture Capital Association (EAVCA)
East Africa Venture Capital Association (EAVCA)
 
Association partner
 
The East African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (“EAVCA”) was founded in 2013 to represent the private equity industry in East Africa and provide a voice for industry players to raise awareness and engage on regional policy matters. The association offers training with more localized content, targeting junior team members. Furthermore the Association offers networking opportunities for members and the wider investment community and captures industry data and statistics.
 
EAVCA was founded by Abraaj, Actis, AfricInvest, Catalyst Principal Partners, Centum, Fanisi Capital and TBL Mirror Fund.
 
Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA)
Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA)
The Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA) is an independent non-profit association dedicated to facilitating the growth and development of renewable energy business in Kenya.
 
KEREA was formed in August 2002 by members of the Renewable Energy Resources Technical Committee of the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) and is registered under section 10 of the societies act.
 
Amongst its key roles are promoting the interests of members of the renewable energy industry among government, public sector, the general public and any other organizations that may impact on the development of the industry; and the creation of a forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and ideas on matters relating to renewable energy development and utilization in Kenya.
 
For more information, please visit http://kerea.org/
SAAEA
SAAEA
The Southern African Alternative Energy Association (SAAEA) represents and actively promotes Renewable Alternative Energy Solutions in our region. Its focus is the whole industry, rather than sector.
 
Wind, Solar, Biomas, Biogas, Bio Fuels, Green Products, Energy Saving, Alternative Energy, Energy from Waste, Fuel Cell Technologies etc.
 
Please visit: www.saaea.org
Kenya Investment Authority
Kenya Investment Authority

Kenya Investment Authority (KenInvest) is a statutory body established in 2004 through an Act of Parliament (Investment Promotion Act No. 6 of 2004) with the main objective of promoting investments in Kenya. It is responsible for facilitating the implementation of new investment projects, providing After Care services for new and existing investments, as well as organizing investment promotion activities both locally and internationally. The core functions of KenInvest include; Policy Advocacy; Investment Promotion; Investment Facilitation which includes Investor Tracking and After Care Services. 

For more information, visit: http://www.investmentkenya.com/

KenGen
KenGen
Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited, KenGen is the leading electric power generation company in Kenya, producing about 80 percent of electricity consumed in the country. The company utilises various sources to generate electricity ranging from hydro, geothermal, thermal and wind. Hydro is the leading source, with an installed capacity of 766.88MW, which is 64.9 per cent of the company’s installed capacity.
 
KenGen has a workforce of 2,209 staff located at different power plants in the country. With its wealth of experience, established corporate base and a clear vision, the company intends to maintain leadership in the liberalised electric energy sub-sector in Kenya and the Eastern Africa Region.
 
For more information, please visit: www.kengen.co.ke
African Energy
African Energy
African Energy is a respected source of independent analysis on the continent’s energy industries, produced by Cross-border Information (CbI), a globally recognised business intelligence company with a long established research focus on the politics, energy and financial sector trends of Africa and the Middle East. Through continual monitoring of developments and an extensive network of local sources and on-the-ground experience, African Energy has established itself at the forefront of informed commentary and analysis on this most vital of sectors for the continent’s future. Clients come to us for incisive and informed analysis on the issues, events, people and organisations that affect their businesses and interests.

 

Interfax
Interfax
Interfax Global Energy Services Natural Gas Daily, pdf publication and website www.interfaxenergy.com provides news and analysis on the global natural gas industry, including political, regulatory, and economic issues. Drawing on the resources of parent company, Interfax, the news team delivers exclusive, accurate and up-to-date natural gas intelligence on developments in Russia and the Caspian, as well as all global regions including Europe, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific.
 
Natural Gas Daily content is written by experienced energy journalists as well as local regional experts. The editorial team is committed to delivering the most incisive commentary, and full and accurate coverage of global natural gas and LNG news and events.
MyInvestorGuide
MyInvestorGuide
 
With over 20 years of experience in more than 60 countries, myINVESTORguide is the most influential investment guide on emerging markets. myINVESTORguide is specialist in identifying investment opportunities and connecting the global business community through comprehensive country reviews in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.
 
MyINVESTORguide publications are distributed in over 105 countries, reaching a global readership of more than 200.000 international decision makers. Each guide gathers the visions and insights of the world’s most influential players, both political figures and business leaders, through face-to-face interviews and personal relationships established in the chosen country. Each guide is an indispensable tool for anyone looking to succeed in emerging markets. Direct link: www.myinvestorguide.com
 
 
Alternative Energy Africa
Alternative Energy Africa
Alternative Energy Africa is the continent’s first magazine dedicated to literally filling the energy information gap in Africa.
 
Alternative Energy Africa provides its readers updates on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news, and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent, all of this in addition to global project news and groundbreaking technology coverage. And to complement the magazine, www.AE-Africa.com offers the latest updates between issues making the AEA online and print duo “the premiere source” of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.
 
Visit www.ae-africa.com for more details.
ReConnect Africa
ReConnect Africa
ReConnect Africa is a unique careers and business website and online magazine for African professionals around the world.  
 
ReConnect Africa features articles and interviews on careers, development and business in Africa as well as information on relocation to Africa, top companies and recruitment agencies for Africa.  It offers an ideal platform to advertise job vacancies, products and services to a targeted professional African market in Europe, across Africa and around the world.  
 
Call us to discuss how we can help with your marketing or recruitment needs:
+ 44 (0) 20 8200 2373 or via editor@reconnectafrica.com
 
Construction Review
Construction Review
Construction Review Magazine is  a 20-year old monthly magazine which enjoys the readership of; architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc…
 
www.constructionreviewonline.com is the online version of Construction Review magazine. It has a global reach targeted at the construction industry, incorporating suppliers, professionals, contractors, governments and non-governmental organisations.
 
Construction Review Online pages have extra information not in the print version such as tenders, jobs, multi-media and past copies of the magazine.
Africa Capital Digest
Africa Capital Digest
Africa Capital Digest is the leading source of original and curated industry news, comment and opinion for global private capital investors and their advisors who are sourcing, evaluating and executing private equity, infrastructure and venture capital transactions in Africa. Whether you are looking for ideas for new deals, leads for people and companies to be potential partners, expert market perspective from leading investors and market practitioners or just need to keep abreast of the most important private capital trends and developments on the continent, Africa Capital Digest provides you with the most focused, in-depth original and curated content to help you monitor and assess the private capital investment opportunities Africa offers.
 
To find out more:
 
Allan Cunningham
Twitter: @afcdigest

 

Engerati
Engerati

Media partner

Engerati is a central destination for delegates from leading global energy events to network, collaborate, share and engage. We provide our members with completely free access to our ever-growing archive of industry news, white papers, case studies, webinars, video presentations, interviews and blogs. Engerati is an invaluable resource to all energy professionals – nowhere else can you get such in-depth information on the global energy industry for free.

www.engerati.com

Intercontinental Publishers Limited (IPL)
Intercontinental Publishers Limited (IPL)

Intercontinental Publishers Limited (IPL) is one of Africa's leading broad-based publisher and media firms. IPL’s strengths include technical and professional journals and television documentaries. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the company publishes Kenya Engineer magazine, the definitive publication for engineers in east Africa and beyond since 1972 and produces AWEsome, the Amazing World of Engineering  TV Show. 

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The registration fee for Powering East Africa is currently £1,150.

Two easy ways to register

1) Register online

2) Request a registration form from amy.offord@energynet.co.uk

Group booking discounts apply to the standard rate of £1,150. For any questions about your booking, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Delegate Rate Until 16/01/2015 Until 13/02/2015   Full Delegate Rate 
2 Day Meeting £825 £950

 

£1,150

 

 

Contact

For delegate & marketing enquiries for 2016: 

Amy Offord

Marketing Manager

T: +44 (0)20 7384 8068

E: amy.offord@energynet.co.uk

 

For sponsorship enquiries: 

From Africa, Middle East, Asia and ROW

Alex Moulds

Director for Development

International +44 (0)7500 702 171

Nigeria +234 816 686 0008

Alex.moulds@energynet.co.uk

 

From Europe and the USA

Damon Thompson

Commercial Director

+44 (0)20 7384 8071

Damon.thompson@energynet.co.uk

 

Latest industry updates - Powering East Africa

Keep up to date with the latest developments in Kenya's power sector and monitor the key milestones in East Africa's path towards regional interconnectivity and effective power transmission.

 

Kenya signs $90m contracts to develop high-voltage transmission line

http://www.energy-business-review.com/news/kenya-signs-90m-contracts-to-develop-high-voltage-transmission-line-110315-4529786

Toyota Tsusho to invest billions in Kenya’s energy sector

http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/business/2015/03/toyota-tsusho-to-invest-billions-in-kenyas-energy-sector/

Geothermal project makes up Kenyan energy shortfall

http://www.africanbusinessreview.co.za/technology/1861/Geothermal-project-makes-up-Kenyan-energy-shortfall/

Kenya’s power sector set to change dramatically

http://bit.ly/1A0NM8E

Naivasha Biogas Plant to Add 2.2mw to the National Grid

http://allafrica.com/stories/201502050085.html

Rwanda powers 15 000 homes through East Africa’s first utility-scale PV plant

http://domesticfuel.com/2015/02/04/gigawatt-global-grid-connects-solar-project/

http://www.esi-africa.com/rwanda-powers-15-000-homes-through-east-africas-first-utility-scale-pv-plant/

Kenya in line for 40MW utility PV power plant

http://www.pv-tech.org/news/kenya_in_line_for_40mw_utility_pv_power_plant

Kenya & Tanzania seek consultant for cross-border power lines

http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/kenya-tanzania-seek-consultant-for-cross-border-power-lines-2015-02-09

Chinese bank to finance Kenya's power plant

http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/article_xinhua.aspx?id=268045

Kenya: Nairobi-Mombasa petroleum pipeline set for rehabilitation

http://constructionreviewonline.com/2015/02/kenya-nairobi-mombasa-petroleum-pipeline-set-rehabilitation/

Geothermal energy key to Kenya’s power stability

http://cajnewsafrica.com/2015/02/16/geothermal-energy-key-to-kenya-power-stability/

Kenya: Gas discovery delays import plans

http://www.esi-africa.com/kenya-gas-discovery-delays-import-plans/

Electricity: AfDB lends $145 million to construct Kenya-Tanzania power line

http://www.theafricareport.com/East-Horn-Africa/electricity-afdb-lends-145-million-to-construct-kenya-tanzania-power-line.html

Rwanda set to import electricity from Kenya

http://www.cnbcafrica.com/video/?bctid=4072231279001

KenGen seeks bids for design, construction of 210 MW geothermal power projects

http://af.reuters.com/article/investingNews/idAFKBN0JN0GQ20141209

Z-T-K interconnector MOU signed

http://www.cnbcafrica.com/news/east-africa/2014/12/17/kenya-tanzania-zambia/

AfDB approves Sh12b for power access projects

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2000145110/afdb-approves-sh12b-for-power-access-projects

Africa’s Largest Wind Farm

http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2014/12/24/africas-largest-wind-farm/

Kenya seeks funds to boost its power sector

http://cajnewsafrica.com/2015/01/15/kenya-seeks-funds-to-grow-power-sector/

 

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities with the Powering Africa: Series

Our Powering Africa Series of stakeholder-led meetings are crafted to connect African Governments, Utilities and Regulators with credible and committed investors in an environment which encourages wholehearted debate on the fundamental issues driving the development of power, energy and infrastructure projects across Africa.

Branding, thought leadership and function sponsorship opportunities are all available and can be tailored to meet your business requirements and budgets.
 
To discuss a tailor-made package that is best fitting to your sales and marketing objectives, please contact:
 
For Africa, Middle East, Asia & ROW:
 
Alex Moulds
Director for Development
For Europe & the USA:
 
Damon Thompson
Commercial Director


Tel:+44 (0) 207 384 8009
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