Mazars is delighted to participate in the African Energy Week (AEW) 2021, Africa's premier energy event. Meet us from 9 to 12 November 2021 at our exhibition booth A01 and discuss with our energy experts and other industry leaders the future of the continent’s energy sector.
The four-day exhibition and conference organised by the African Energy Chamber at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is set to unite global and African energy stakeholders, providing a collaborative platform for discussions on Africa’s energy future. The theme for the week 'At the forefront of the African energy industry' aims to emphasis on the African energy sector and the continent's role within the global energy transition. Find more information and how to attend, here.
Meet us at our stand A01
During the four-day event, Mazars will be present with a bold exhibition stand. Our energy experts from around the globe will be available to discuss your projects and present you the full breadth of services we can offer to support your development.
The V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa
Ground floor of 'The Avenue' venue in the European Pavilion
Contact our experts for one-to-one meetings
Mazars’ energy experts will share their knowledge and expertise on several panel sessions, including:
Dignitary Panel: Africa as a renewable energy power house
11 November 2021| 11:00-12:15 | Venue: The Avenue
It is increasingly clear that Africa has the potential to lead the world in scaling-up and generating renewable energy. How can this transition on the continent be supported by institutions in other countries and private companies? What are some business and policy strategies that could potentially increase the continent's generation capacity?
Moderator: Taona Kokera, Associate Director, Infrastructure Finance, Mazars
Energy Transition Forum – International financing for renewable energy projects on the continent
11 November 2021 | 12:30-13:30 | Venue: The Vault - Nedbank Building
The access to renewable energy in Africa is critical. Specially the high connection costs prevent consumers from connecting to off- and mini-grid. How can financial institutions overcome these hurdles? High risk makes raising financing for renewable energy projects difficult and costly. Which regulatory and legal frameworks for private sector investments are needed to de-risk investment into renewable energy in Africa?
Panelist: Irena Karasamani, Director – Energy & Infrastructure M&A, Mazars