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Experts and industry players in the energy sector will converge at Washington DC, capital of the United States of America (USA) to discuss the potential and opportunities in the sector.

Africa is said to be witnessing exciting growth path with most Sub Saharan African (SSA) countries working on policies to fast track investment in the power sector and renewable energy infrastructure.

Kenya and South Africa have rapidly become world players and leaders in Africa’s renewable energy deployment and the summit is expected to provide a platform for focused discussions on the energy sector on the continent and the huge opportunities available.

The Summit will be complimented by industry seminars and poster sessions and the main event’s program will consist of individual presentations, Keynotes, and panel discussions.

The Africa Energy Investment Summit is targeted at energy experts, investors and enthusiasts from across Asia, Middle East, the US and Europe at a time when demand for increased energy resources is at the forefront of discussions on Africa seizing the opportunity and maximize its growth potential.

The Summit, to be held from the April 10th – 12th, 2016 at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center promises to be informative and encouraging to global energy sector investors.

The Energy Summit promises to offer three days of eventful dialogue, one-on-one meetings and networking, with the event having formed partnerships with energy sector focused media houses and energy industry leaders including Eversheds, MESIA, Beyond Energy, US Africa Chamber of Commerce and Centennial Generating Company among several others.

Other participating organizations on the speaker line-up are Novel Energy -Rwanda, Dusable Capital Management – USA, Kukula Capital Plc – Zambia, CNBC Africa, Dalberg Global Development Advisors, Newcity Capital – USA, Aurecon South Africa, Detail Nigeria, International Finance Corporation.

The rest are Chadbourne & Parke LLP – USA, Actis, ABB South Africa, SiShima Holdings Zambia, Anjarwalla & Khanna (A&K), Orascom E&C USA, Jinko Solar Co Ltd, FBN Quest NIgeria, CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory, ZHE Africa, East African Power Rwanda, Paradigm Change Partners, and many more.

To be part of the team driving investment in Africa’s energy sector. Register on nkmevents.com/aeis. For more details, please email [email protected]

We look forward to welcoming you at the summit this April in Washington DC, USA
Source: NewsGhana.com.gh

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