Africa Energy Indaba adds african energy power projects roundtable to conference mix
The Africa Energy Indaba is pleased to announce that the annual 2 day conference has been extended to 3 days with the inclusion of a premier energy roundtable discussion forum on the 23rd February.
Paul Runge ? Managing Director of specialised consulting firm Africa Project Access will be heading the energy roundtable discussion ? opening up the floor for discussion on major energy greenfields and brownfields projects on the continent. According to Runge ?the discussion will have a business focus and will also be very practical. We will look at projects from the ground up and talk about where things are headed. We will talk about export credit insurance, state organs that are able to helpSouth African & African companies and projects throughout the Sub-Sahara region and regional interconnectors,? says Runge.
Joining Runge in the roundtable discussion will be role players in some of these projects such as Ethiopia?s hydro-power programme ? currently the biggest hydro-power project in Africa. The roundtable discussion will bring together Africa?s energy operators, financers and other important role-players. ?It will be a great opportunity to learn of new and exciting projects and opportunities as well as network?, says Runge. Templates of specific projects will also be made available to those attending.
Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2012-01-30