Our delegates attend aef for a number of reasons- but top of the list for most is the outstanding quality of networking.

For the last 20 years aef has been the annual gathering for Africa’s energy sector, gathering governments, utilities, power developers, financial institutions, power technology providers, EPC contractors and consultants from all over the world.

The Forum has evolved into the number one platform to attend meetings, do deals and drive projects forward, all under one roof.  With a 991% increase in attendees since the first Africa Energy Forum, it’s clear the appetite for investment in Africa’s energy sector shows no signs of abating.

Networking at the Africa Energy Forum 2018

•    aef 2018 hosted 32 private meeting rooms for clients to conduct meetings and sign deals

•    9 business development meeting tables were used by clients looking for a more exclusive meeting area

•    11,310 visits were made to the official aef 2018 networking app with 2056 private messages sent 

•    The @EnergyNet_Ltd Twitter feed received 37,400 impressions throughout June and 159 mentions

Who Attends?

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.