Despite challenging times, one thing that hasn’t changed and never will is our commitment to driving the sector forward.
We’re therefore delighted to invite you to join us for 'EnergyNet Digital Broadcasts', a series of virtual debates and sector announcements delivering valuable insights on the changing energy landscape in 2020 and beyond.
With over 25 years' experience, EnergyNet's a well-connected bunch with great relationships in the sector. We therefore strive to bring you the same quality of panellists as you'd expect with one of our agendas, delivering meaningful insights at a time when the industry most needs them.
What's the Impact of South Africa's REIPPP Programme to Date? A Review Based on the Latest Research by the Centre for Complex Systems in Transition, Stellenbosch University - watch here
Upcoming broadcasts announced:
aef2.0 - a digital free-to-attend platform for the Africa Energy Forum community
30th June - 3rd July 2020
With the Africa Energy Forum (aef) now moved to October 2020, we’re bringing you aef2.0 this summer – a free-to-attend series of daily energy deep dives and roundtables with industry leaders from the aef community.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT aef2.0
*Watch this space: more digital broadcasts to be announced soon*
If you would like to contribute to any of the above experiences as a panellist, please get in touch. In the meantime, register your interest now for the latest updates.
Host a digital broadcast with us
Moderate a virtual debate or panel discussion on a relevant topic and gain credibility as a thought-leader in your field. Take advantage of a fully branded marketing campaign to EnergyNet’s extensive database of power professionals in emerging markets, plus our partner networks across Africa and Latin America.
Raise awareness with the EnergyNet Magazine
Published every quarter and distributed to a database of over 30,000 energy professionals, the EnergyNet Magazine contains interviews and opinion pieces from some of Africa and Latin America’s leading public and private sector voices. Available in pdf or digital mnagazine format.
Sponsor the Energy Update Newsletter
A monthly round up of energy news from our clients and content from African Business Magazine, the monthly Energy Update Newsletter has a different regional focus each month, so your project announcements get delivered to a highly targeted audience.
Take a corporate profile in the Africa Energy Yearbook
The official publication of the Africa Energy Forum, the Yearbook is distributed digitally to all 2,000 attendees who attend. African Business also circulates a truncated version to 300,000 readers at lounges and newsstands in 75 countries.