EnergyNet partnership with African Business

EnergyNet partners with African Business to produce the Africa Energy Yearbook

For the second year running EnergyNet has partnered with African Business to publish the annual Africa Energy Yearbook - the official publication of the annual Africa Energy Forum (aef).

In addition to the Yearbook, African Business & EnergyNet will produce a second 48pp energy sector report to be distributed to 300,000 readers at lounges and newsstands in 75 countries. The report will feature a number of CEO interviews, thought leadership pieces and in-depth analysed on a number of energy-related issues that are shaping the African continent. 

As the biggest-selling English language business magazine in Africa, African Business sells over 25,000 copies every month to the most influential demographic on the continent, including Presidents; Ministers; CEOs; Thought-Leaders, Academics & NGOs and Senior Decision-Makers from across a wide spectrum of businesses.

Download 2019 Media Kit

Advertisers will benefit from the global circulation of the report in addition to the 2,000 Africa Energy Forum attendees receiving a copy of the Yearbook in Portugal this June. 

For more information about advertising in the Yearbook and Energy Sector Report, please contact Pedro Besugo or call +44 (0) 20 7841 3232

More About the Africa Energy Yearbook
The Africa Energy Yearbook 2019/20 is the official publication of the annual Africa Energy Forum 2019 (aef). The 13th edition will explore Portugal's partnership with Lusophone Africa, renewable energy strategies across the continent, the latest investment trends and on-trend topics such as battery storage.

View the 2018 Africa Energy Yearbook

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

More about African Business
African Business is the undisputed market leader and best-selling monthly pan-African business magazine considered essential reading for anyone with an interest in the continent’s economy and its development.
 
As the biggest-selling English language business magazine in Africa, African Business sells over 25,000 copies every month to the most influential demographic on the continent, including Presidents; Ministers; CEOs; Thought-Leaders, Academics & NGOs and Senior Decision-Makers from across a wide spectrum of businesses.