Africa Energy Yearbook 2016


The Africa Energy Yearbook 2016/17 is now on sale
 
Now into its 10th edition, the 2016/17 Yearbook features non-commercial articles and CEO profiles by leading industry experts and academics with a vested interest in the future of Africa's economic, industrial and social development. It is also home to a featured list of African power projects and artwork from some of Africa's brightest creatives.
 
The Yearbook was first distributed at the Africa Energy Forum this June to the 2,000+ delegates who attended. It is now on sale to the general public.
 
View a preview here
 
Buy the Yearbook
 
The Yearbook costs £110 for one copy and any additional copies can be purchased for £65
 
 
Email your completed form to amy.offord@energynet.co.uk
 
Circulation & Distribution
 
TOTAL READERSHIP: > 6 000 (estimate) – includes print and electronic copies
 
Readership summary
 
• Government ministers and officials, including regulators
• African utilities
• International energy companies
• Bilateral and multilateral development agencies and finance institutions
• Corporations
• Environmental organizations
• Non-government organizations
• Commercial banks
• Financial service and legal advisers
 

Chapters provide an overview of Africa’s energy sector from the insiders who know it best. As Africa continues to develop at a rapid pace, (the continent currently being home to six of the world’s top ten fastest growing economies), a sustainable approach will be key in ensuring the long-term success of power projects and maintaining a state of growth which is both stable and responsible.