Amy.Offord_111 Mar 28

Africa Energy Yearbook 2017

Now into its 11th edition, the 2017/18 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 Africa Energy Yearbook 2017/18

The Yearbook is distributed annually at the Africa Energy Forum to the 2,000+ delegates who attend. A complimentary copy is then distributed by email to all other EnergyNet event attendees from 2016, before going on sale to the general public.

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.