AFRICA POWER ROUNDTABLE

Over the past 6 years Africa’s power sector has seen marked improvement with the emergence of large scale power projects across technologies. Most notable has been the success of South Africa’s renewable energy independent power producer programme. We have also seen an increased appetite for power projects on the continent. In 2015 Nigeria saw the financial close of the $900m, 450MW Azura-Edo gas power project as well as a release of draft regulations of the country’s renewable energy programme. In 2016 Zambia announced the winners of its scaling solar programme.

That being said however the continent still faces a large power deficit with only 2 out of 3 people in Sub-Saharan Africa having access to electricity. Through the Africa Power Roundtable conference we have created a platform through which government, developers and investors have the opportunity to find creative solutions to ensure that more projects reach commercial operation.

Join us on the 1st and 2nd of February 2017 in Johannesburg South Africa at the 5th Annual Africa Power Roundtable conference where we have created a platform through which government, developers and investors have the opportunity to find creative solutions to securing Africa’s energy future.

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This conference continues to offer quality content and the opportunity to really shape the sector”

Daniel Goldstuck. Aurora Power Solutions

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INVITED GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS

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H.E Obed Kandjoze
Minister of Mines and Energy, Namibia.

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H.E. Tina Joemat-Pettersson
Minister of Energy and Development, South Africa

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H.E. Motuma Mekassa
Minister of Water, Irrigation and Electricity, Ethiopia

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H.E. Dr Pedro Couto
Minister, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, Mozambique

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H.E Babatunde Raji Fashola
Minister of Power, Works and Housing,
Nigeria

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H.E Onkokame Kitso Mokaila
Minister of Minerals, Energy and Water
Resources, Botswana.

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H.E. John Abdulai Jinapor
Acting Minister of Power,
Ghana

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H.E Prof. Sospeter Muhongo
Minister of Energy and Minerals,
Tanzania

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Brigadier General Emlda Chola
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Energy
and Water Development, Zambia.
Zambia

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H.E. Mamadou Frankaly Keita
Minister of Energy and Water,
Mali

SPEAKERS


Longe Yesufu Alonge
General Manager


Dafe Akpeneye
NERC Commissioner

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Charles Mate  Executive Director – Corporate Industrial Development Corporation, Zambia.


Timipre Wolo
Head Of Industry Collaboration Unit

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Mr Omar Vajeth Head
SAPP Project Advisory Unit

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Guiherme Luis Mavilia
Chairman and CEO CENLEC, Mozambique

Alessandra Pardini
Partner: Webber Wentzel

Alexandra Clüver
Director: Webber Wentzel


Alexandra Felekis Partner: Webber Wentzel


Andrew van Niekerk
Partner: Webber Wentzel


Garyn Rapson
Partner: Webber Wentzel


John Smelcer
Director: Webber Wentzel


Khwezi Tiya Executive: Standard Bank


Kenny Paton Director: Webber Wentzel


Pulane Kingston
Partner: Webber Wentzel


Spencer Naicker
Partner: Webber Wentzel


Nolitha Fakude
Executive Vice President, Strategy and Sustainability: Sasol Limited


Stella Duru
Partner: Banwo & Ighodalo


Mashale Phumaphi
Managing Director: Shumba Energy


Kwabena Malgas
Transactor Investment Banker: Rand Merchant Bank


Neli Magubane
Chairman: Matleng Energy Solutions


Rachel More
Senior Transactor: Rand Merchant Bank

WHAT SOME ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY 

”For us as the Department it is helpful to know what is going on in the market. To gain an understanding of what we are doing right as government and where there is room to improve, the discussion we meaningful and gave us insights to how best to improve the programme to achieve the required success””

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Elizabeth Marabwa, Department of Energy South Africa

”As a state owned utility it is important to interrogate the role that we will continue to play in a setting of a independent power producer programme and what this means for the viability of our future as a utility””

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Ayanda Nakedi, Eskom

”Superb event definitely worth the trip from Nigeria- in particular we appreciated the meetings the team set up ahead of the event and post the event from a business development perspective this conference is leaps ahead””

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Ayuli Jemide, Detail Commercial Solicitors

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