Clean energy and sustainable growth are on the agenda, providing considerable incentive to capitalise on Africa’s mix of extraction and manufacturing capabilities to support the roll-out and adoption of solar energy.
The Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) Launches EV International Conference & Expo. The EV International Expo presents itself at the most opportune time as Africa experiences a major transition in the vehicle industry – from traditional cars to electric battery-powered vehicles.
Global shift from fossil fuels to renewables, rise in legislative and financial initiatives, and increase in electricity usage fuel the growth of the global renewable energy market
The inception of the EU’s Global Gateway as well as multiple other initiatives have motivated a number of developed countries to give their commitment to resume energy infrastructure development in developing nations.
Upcoming AEI 2023 to unpack pertinent topics in the ongoing energy transition debate
The Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) once again lived up to its reputation as the leading African energy conference for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the field of energy.
AEI 2022 has accorded priority to Africa’s position in the global energy transition debate, enabling synergetic dialogue pertaining to the continent’s advancement towards renewable energy investment and development.
For years, the innovative partnership has leveraged the respective strengths of both entities to create compelling value for anyone vested in the realm of energy.
Africa is a climate-resilient and low-carbon continent but needs a renewable energy revolution. Africa can achieve its renewable energy potential with attractive investment opportunities on the continent by facilitating climate-resilient infrastructure, climate-smart agriculture, and the sustainable management of natural resources.
The Business of Energy-Africa Beckons, the annual AEI conference continues with its commitment to energy sustainability through discussion and robust debate to find solutions to accelerate adequate energy generation across Africa.