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Africa Energy Forum, Belgium ( 21 -24 June ) in Brussel ( Photos )s

The Africa Energy Forum 2022 was held yesterday 21until 24 June in Brussels under the theme ‘Africa for Africa: Building Energy for the Just Transition’.

Africa Energy Forum - in one place

Over the last 23 years, the Forum has earnt a reputation as the most meaningful gathering of decision-makers in African energy to form partnerships, identify opportunities and move the industry forward. We hand-pick the most credible organizations in the sector, delivering an intensive networking experience like no other.

AEF unites governments, utilities, and regulators with development finance institutions, commercial banks, power developers, technology providers, EPCs, and professional services.

The topics and themes to expect at AEF 2022  

  • What does Africa want and need and how can international partners play a part
  • How are EU investments being channeled into Africa’s energy projects
  • South Africa’s Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – unfolding for the future
  • Africa’s voice in the global fight against climate change – how is the conversation changing for COP27? 
  • Implementing practical solutions for Africa’s utilities
  • Gas – Africa’s fuel here to stay –  the need to accelerate gas on the continent
  • Project preparation – increasing the number of projects reaching financial close
  • Is project financing ready to ride the green hydrogen wave? 
  • Integrating solar and wind into the grid 
  • Assessing South Africa’s 100 MW no license liberalization and its progress
  • Industrial and corporate de-carbonization

 Main Speakers (Ministers )

  Eng. Yehia Zaki

Chairman, Suez Canal Economic Zone, Egypt

  Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu

  Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development, Uganda

Soda Zhemu

Ministry of Energy & Power Development, Zimbabwe

  Abd Esselam Ould Mohamed Salah

Minister, Ministry of Petroleum, Mines, and Energy, Mauritania

  Ibrahima Abé Sylla Ministry of Energy,
 

Andry Heriniaina Ramaroson
Ministry of Energy & Hydrocarbons, Madagascar

Bruno Kapandji Kalala
Président’s Chargé de Mission, Agency for the Development & Promotion of the Grand Inga Project (ADPI-RDC), the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Yonis Ali Guedi
Ministry of Energy & Natural Resources, Djibouti

Abdoulie Jobe
Ministry of Petroleum & Energy, The Gambia


Eng. Abdirashid Mohamed Ahmed
 Ministry of Petroleum & Mineral Resources, Somalia

Hassan Abdinor Abdi
, Ministry of Energy & Water Resources, Somalia
Mohapi Mohapinyane
Minister of Energy & Meteorology, Ministry of Energy & Meteorology, Lesotho


Osvaldo Abreu
Ministry of Infrastructure & Natural Resources, Sao Tome & Principe
Dr. Nobuhle Nkabane
Deputy Minister, Ministry of Mineral Resources & Energy, South Africa

Cheikh Niane
Vice Minister, Ministry of Petroleum & Energy, Senegal

Cesar Augusto Hinestrosa Gomez
Vice Minister, Ministry of Industry & Energy, Equatorial Guinea

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