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African Energy Events
For the 3rd consecutive year, Solarplaza will organise The Solar Future Nigeria. This 2-day conference focuses on the opportunities and challenges in the exciting and rapidly evolving Nigerian solar market and is the industry’s key platform for all stakeholders to connect and exchange knowledge.
Future Energy Nigeria
Future Energy Nigeria has evolved from the West African Power Industry Convention (WAPIC). This energy conference and expo addressing the Nigerian power crisis through industry connectivity and creative solutions. After 16 years of successfully driving new and existing industry relationships across the region, WAPIC has established its base in Nigeria to support the privatisation of the Nigerian power space.GECF 5th Gas Summit
Date: 26th to 29th November 2019
Venue: Equitorial Guinea
Website: Year of Energy 2019
Organized every two years, the GECF Gas Summit brings together Heads of State and government officials of the members of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, including Algeria, Bolivia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Russia, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela. The Summit provides these top-level officials an avenue to discuss trends in the gas market and potential policies for the energy sector and to collaborate.
Global Energy Events
Date: 5th to 7th May 2020
Venue: IECC, Pragati Maidan
Website: Powergen India
For more than 15 years, POWERGEN India has served as India's premier forum for the power generation industry. Attracting over 8,000 attendees, POWERGEN India covers all forms of power generation, from conventional to renewable energy and other low-carbon options. This leading forum is where the power industry can meet, share and discuss solutions for India's energy future.Powergen International
Date: 19th to 21st November 2019
Venue: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, USA
Website: Powergen International
POWER-GEN International exhibition and summit serves as a business and networking hub for generators, utilities and solution-providers engaged in multiple cross-sections of power generation. The exhibit hall provides an interactive experience personalized to connect you with the latest technology and innovations in the conventional and renewable markets from around the world.
4th Regional Energy Summit: West Africa
The 4th annual edition of RES: West will make its first appearance in Dakar, Senegal, from 2-3 December 2019 at the King Fahd Palace Hotel. RES: West Africa will bring together over 300 investors, project leaders and utilities stakeholders to engage and present the latest developments on enhancing the energy mix within the wider West Africa region.Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) from Legal Perspective
Date:5th to 8th November 2019
This 4-day comprehensive workshop gives you clear explanations of the new models of PPA risk allocation, of designing and managing competitive power markets, attracting private investments in renewable energy, through a series of real case examples of contracts and markets. Case Studies will include real examples from Africa, Asia, Middle East, Australia, Europe and North America. Furthermore, cases stimulate independent thinking and discussion among participants.Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables
Date: 13th to 14th November 2019
Venue: RSA House, London
Now in its sixth year, AIX Power & Renewables has become one of the meeting places of choice for Africa’s power sector stakeholders, including leading private and public sector investors, African officials and project developers. The AIX: Power & Renewables agenda includes streams dedicated to power generation and transmission and distribution.Middle East and North Africa Energy 2020
Date:27th to 28th January 2020
Venue: Chatham House, London
Website: Chatham House
After more than 100 years of a world shaped by the geopolitics of hydrocarbons, the MENA region finds itself having to navigate the uncertainty of an energy transition and all that it implies for national, regional and global status quos. What does the transition mean for long-term oil demand? In the event of peak consumption, is a slow, managed decline possible? And what about other geopolitical or market factors that might come into play – the prospect of lower demand triggered by a global economic slowdown and a trade war, through to breakthroughs in new energy technologies – when this happens, what next? The 2020 Chatham House Middle East and North Africa Energy conference will address these questions and the key trends shaping the region’s energy future in the 21st century.