Date(s) - 04/05/2016 - 06/05/2016
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Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit
4-6 May 2016| Maputo, Mozambique
For the last 23 years, EnergyNet has worked closely with the governments and pivotal stakeholders of Mozambique, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius, Zambia, and Malawi.
Regional development is the key to unlocking Africa’s energy investment potential – it is with this in mind that EnergyNet are excited to launch the groundbreaking Southern Africa Energy and Infrastructure Summit (SAEIS), which will bring together countries from the SADC region and beyond in Maputo, Mozambique, the Heart of Southern Africa, from 4th to 6th of May to celebrate regional co-operation and promote energy and infrastructure projects that require both private- and public-sector support to succeed.
This vibrant region has experienced many positive developments in recent years, both in energy and infrastructure development. Progress in governance, institution building and democratic consolidation are contributing factors to the positive indicators that long-term investors seek.
In tandem with this, southern Africa has witnessed local private-sector-led initiatives, and wider participation in exciting projects such as South Africa’s ground breaking REIPPPP programme – an initiative which will be explored at the SAEIS, and how this can potentially be replicated on a wider regional scale.
Africa’s economic growth and development are intrinsically linked to infrastructure development so the construction of sustainable infrastructure play a major role helping the region realise its economic potential. SAEIS has been created to facilitate real, practical investments, and align regional focus to enable energy and infrastructure successes and development.
The three-day conference programme will provide extensive insight on how investors, governments, and corporates can come together to improve energy access across the region, explore new energy resources & infrastructure opportunities, and identify the critical partnerships for ensuring the development and future sustainability of Africa’s energy & infrastructure industries.
The Summit will be underpinned by crucial regional discussion points which include:
- United Africa- The Road Map
- Mozambique- Africa’s ‘Dubai’ in Southern Africa
- The Vital Role of the Southern Africa’s Utilities in Providing Transmission Grid Stability
- The Critical Role of Gas in Southern Africa
- Inga III- A Pivotal Development for Africa’s Energy Future
- Infrastructure and Energy Financing
For more information please visit www.southern-africa-summit.com or contact Veronica at firstname.lastname@example.org