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Co-Generation World Africa 2010

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Start Date 13-09-2010 End Date15-09-2010
Venue Sandton Convention Center
City Johannesburg Country South Africa
Category Power & Energy

Event Profile

Co-Generation World Africa 2010 is one of the leading events in the field co-generation, in the African Continent. The event provides an excellent networking forum for all those involved with energy generation through this method, and industry professionals from top level executives to implementation teams. The exhibition will attract world-class solutions providers to exhibit their products to decision makers and financers form the power and co-generator industries. It will also offer an opportunity to know about latest funding models available in the co-generation sector and make power purchase agreements.

Co-Generation World Africa 2010 will address the following key topics:
  • Co-generation – the strategic energy choice
  • The urgent need for policy on PPA’s and what this means for the market
  • Regulating the public and private sector appropriately in the co-generation arena
  • Making the business of generating electricity in Africa easy
  • Successfully regulating electricity from the sugar industry – how Uganda did it
  • Meeting energy demands through co-generation – regulating electricity in Kenya
  • Ethiopia – the realities of co-generation from a sugar perspective
  • New investors, new opportunities – a closer look at the lending
  • New finance and funding methods for cogeneration

Visitor Profile

The targeted visitors at the Co-Generation World Africa 2010 are from:
  • Electricity Utilities & Regulators
  • Agri-Industries
  • Petrochemical Organization
  • Mining
  • Development & Investment Banks
  • Iron & Steel Smelting Industry
  • Energy Developers & Carbon Solution Providers
  • Independent Power Producers

Exhibitor Profile

The targeted exhibitors at Co-Generation World Africa 2010 are from the following sectors:
  • Power producers and Utilities
  • Independent power producers
  • Co generators (sugar, pulp and paper, mining, petrochemicals, steel and gas)
  • Governments and Regulators
  • Property Developers
  • Facilities Management
  • Finance and Investment

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