22 – 24 June 2016
ERM is the Sustainability Partner at Africa Energy Forum
The Africa Energy Forum (AEF) is the international Forum focused on power generation for Africa with attendance from investors, consultants, developers, ministries, utilities, regulators etc. from the power sector.
The 18th Africa Energy Forum (AEF) is the global investment meeting for Africa’s power, energy, infrastructure & industrial sectors, widely regarded as the most respected and established annual gathering of power players. AEF moves to a different location in Europe every year to facilitate a meeting point for European and African developers and investors to build relationships with governments, utilities and regulators from across the African continent. This year's AEF will be hosted at London's newest landmark, the prestigious Intercontinental O2, London, UK.
Learn more about the Africa Energy Forum 2016
ERM at Africa Energy Forum
ERM's experts will share their insight gained from involvement in numerous Africa Power projects over the past 20 years.
Charles Allison, Partner in ERM’s Climate Change team, based in ERM’s UK Oxford office, will be participating in this panel discussion, along with other leading experts.
Panel Discussion: Impact of COP21 and COP22 on Investor Thinking
Africa has the potential to jump from being the world’s electricity laggard region to a leader in renewables. However many promises are made each year at COP. Will those promises made at COP22 be kept? Are they realistic?
Read ERM’s latest paper, produced jointly by ERM and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL):
The Paris Climate Agreement: Implications for banks, institutional investors, private equity and insurers
Henry Camp, Partner in ERM’s Impact Assessment and Planning Practice, based in Cape Town, South Africa will be participating in the following panel discussion:
Panel Discussion: What are Project Sponsors and Equity Providers Looking For?
How do equity providers and project sponsors find bankable projects?