Energy Capital & Power Stands by African Energy Events Ahead of Africa Energy & Mining Conference
- Energy Capital & Power – Africa’s leading energy event organizer – has reaffirmed its commitment to hosting events in Africa, as some organizers relocate overseas.
- Africa Energy & Mining 2022 Conference & Exhibition will be held in Cape Town on March 29-31,with an in-person and online Africa Energy & Mining seminar to be held in Cape Town in November 2021to set the agenda.
- The Africa Energy & Mining series will explore emergingsynergies between mining and energy in a post-COVID-19 environment, with a view to facilitating a continent-wide energy transition.
Energy Capital & Power (ECP) is doubling down on its commitment to an Africa-focused 2021/2022 events calendar – citing the role of local capacity-building and investor engagement in enabling an African energy transition – ahead of its Africa Energy & Mining (AEM) Conference & Exhibition in Cape Town next March and an AEM online and in-person seminar and networking event in Cape Town in November.
As the energy sector faces systemic change, the success of the African continent in navigating a clean energy transition rests on its ability to mobilize domestic resources, establish local and regional value chains and chart its own path. This has led the event organizer to renew its pledge to building networking and deal-making opportunities on the ground, as well as restructureits flagship pan-African energy conference earlier this year into a more integrated and inclusive program.
Under the theme, “Investing in the World’s Future Energy Value Chain,” AEM 2022 will unite the entire mining and energy value chain, exploring the role that renewables play in advancing Africa’s mining sector, as well as the value of mining in facilitating a continent-wide energy transition. While the events in November and Marchrepresent a continuation of ECP’s Cape Town conference series, AEM has expanded the scope to include investment opportunities acrossoil and gas, mining, power and renewables, along with emerging industry segments such as energy storage and hydrogen.
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