Africa Energy Indaba - Featured in the Media

Africa Energy Indaba enjoys wide media coverage. See just a few of the links below from recent publicity.

Real progress being made against loadshedding in recent months, says Energy Council CEO

Mantashe crowns himself most productive energy minister, hints at post-poll return

Mantashe expected to address ‘gas cliff’ at Energy Indaba

Great promise lies ahead for Africa in gas exports – CEF boss

Government working to address South Africa’s gas supply

Mantashe allays fears of looming SA gas crisis amid protests against continued use of the fuel

South Africa’s pending crisis – Mantashe responds with a plan

New fund to finance cross-border electricity transmission in Southern Africa

We want our own nuclear energy now, says Mantashe

Mantashe Unveils Gas Master Plan in Response to South Africa’s Looming Crisis

Mantashe challenges business leaders at energy indaba to be part of the solutions

Africa Energy Indaba 2024: ‘We must ensure that we address energy poverty’

World Bank is supporting the rollout of distributed renewable energy in Africa, globally

RBIDZ to play key role in South Africa’s gas-to-power solutions

AEI 2024 sets the stage for Africa’s sustainable energy future


With increased power must come increased storage capacity 

Plenary Panel Topics Unveiled for the Africa Energy Indaba 2024

Just Energy Transition must consider Africa’s needs

Calls For Speedy Implementations Of Inputs Made At The Africa Energy Indaba

Battery Energy Storage to Cut Business Energy Costs by 30%

The African Energy Indaba 2023 Sets the Stage for a Brighter Future

Energy in Africa: Challenges, opportunities and the way forward

Conference set the stage for a brighter energy future

Powering up: The African Energy Indaba 2023 Sets the Stage for a Brighter Future

Solar and coal power are equally corrupt

Hyphen signs offtake agreements for green ammonia

Africa Energy Indaba 2022 Hybrid Event – A Resounding Success

Africa Energy Indaba 2020 Once Again a Resounding Success

What you need to know about the 2020 Africa Energy Indaba

Mineral Resources and Energy hosts 12th Africa Energy Indaba Conference in Cape Town

Central Energy Fund Partners with Africa Energy Indaba

New Type of Nuclear Reactor Unveiled at the Africa Energy Indaba

Investors still keen on SA’s energy sector – as long as the project is viable

Gas can save Mpumalanga as coal declines

Africa can capitalise on biomass as renewable energy source

African Energy Indaba: Officials want Integrated Resource Plan to be implemented

Reinventing steam power technology for a low-carbon future

Companies urged to embrace disruptive technology

Numbers for developing an SA gas network still don’t add up, Energy Indaba hears

#energyindaba: eSwatini works on energy independence

#energyindaba: Africa’s energy transition must focus on fairness, wealth creation, jobs

Lesedi keen to retain nuclear skills built up over years in South Africa

Solar PV brings hope for eSwatini

African Energy Indaba: SA could become a regional hub of nuclear expertise

Natural gas has potential to change energy sector dynamics

Africa urged to ramp up its energy investment

Companies urged to gear up for gas revolution in Mozambique

Policy and governance at heart of Africa’s energy woes

IRP to be reviewed frequently, says DMRE

Lesedi expresses confidence for future business opportunities, calls for Nuclear at Africa Energy Indaba

Reinventing steam power technology for a low-carbon future

Stable energy is central to Africa’s economic growth

Schneider Electric – SA needs to invest in digitisation of its electrical network

SA not exploring full benefits of natural gas, say experts

Top startup events in South Africa, Africa you should know about this week

Central Energy Fund partners with Africa Energy Indaba 2020

Cape Town adds more energy to Indaba

Indaba increases prospect of project funding

Energy institute to focus on IRP at Indaba

Company launches lithium solar battery range

LED company aims to benefit from trade agreement at Indaba

Launching the inaugural African youth in energy and the 6th Women in energy conference

Africa Energy Indaba Continues Developing African Energy People

Energy Leaders to debate key topics in the energy sector

Innovative Financing Solutions in an Ever Changing Energy Landscape

Growing Solar Energy in Africa

The African Renewable Energy Revolution

Africa’s Mini-Grid Agenda


About Africa Energy Indaba

The Africa Energy Indaba is Africa’s premier energy conference dedicated to driving energy investment, trade, and innovation across the continent. Held annually, the event brings together industry leaders, policymakers, investors, and stakeholders to discuss key issues, explore opportunities, and shape Africa’s energy future.

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