The Annual Meeting Place for Africa's Power Sector
20th anniversary of the Africa Energy Forum 2018
The Africa Energy Forum (AEF) is the global investment meeting for Africa’s power, energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors.
The Forum's 20th anniversary took place in Mauritius from 19-22 June, bringing together over 1600 delegates for four days of panel discussions and networking functions focused on Africa’s Energy Sector. The event took place in 26 purpose-built structures erected between the Paradis and Dinarobin Beachcomber hotels in Le Morne, Mauritius.
The purpose of the Forum is to bring together senior decision-makers active in Africa's energy sector to form partnerships, identify opportunities and collectively move the industry forward. AEF has a loyal following of credible players working in the power space, and a track record of delivering a valuable networking experience.
Africa Energy Forum 2019 | 11-14 June 2019
The 21st Africa Energy Forum returns to Europe to the vibrant city of Lisbon in Portugal. 50% of exhibition space has already been sold so please contact us soonest if you are interested in becoming one of our sponsors or exhibitors. Contact our team
Counting down to AEF 2019 in Lisbon
Watch the full 2018 highlights from Mauritius
Insights on the investment of IPPs and Renewable Energy in Sub-Saharan Africa
As we review the progress made in private involvement in the energy sectors in sub-Saharan Africa over the last 20 years, IFC and the Management Programme in Infrastructure Reform and Regulation (Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town) have been invited to share their perspective and findings on where we’ve been and where we’re going.
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AEF attracts over 2,000 senior-level representatives comprised of governments, utilities, regulators, power developers, policy makers, EPC contractors, institutional investors, development banks, commercial banks, fund managers, private equity investors, multilateral financial institutions, technology providers, consultants, law firms, IOCs & NOCs and large energy consumers to debate energy solutions, establish new connections and make decisions at the highest level.