Africa Energy Yearbook 2016


Contribute to the 10th annual Africa Energy Yearbook 2016/17
 
The Africa Energy Yearbook is the official publication of the Africa Energy Forum, Africa's largest and longest running conference focused on investment into Africa's power sector. The Yearbook will be published in June and distributed to all 1,800 delegates who attend the Africa Energy Forum from 21-24 June in London. After that, it is distributed to 5,000 delegates who attended EnergyNet meetings in 2015, before being sold internationally as a valuable reference work throughout the year.
 
View a preview of last year's publication here
 
Now into its 10th edition, the 2016/17 Yearbook will feature 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 directories of generator and turbine manufacturers who supply to the African market.
 
Get involved

To apply to become an official contributor of the 2016/17 Yearbook, please email amy.offord@energynet.co.uk

To find out about commercial opportunities regarding the Yearbook and the Africa Energy Forum, please email AEF@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.

Buy the 2015/16 Yearbook

Pricing

The Africa Energy Yearbook 2015/16 costs £110.

Pre-order your copy of the Yearbook

Either download an order form or send an email to Amy Offord

Multiple Purchase Discount

Any additional copies can be purchased for 70.00 GBP