Introduction to the Powering Africa: Summit

Introduction to the Powering Africa: Summit

The 7th Powering Africa Summit (PAS 2021) will return to Washington, D.C. from the 24 - 26 February 2021.
The meeting provides African governments, utilities and regulators the opportunity to meet with leading US Government Agencies, private financiers, power developers, technology and service providers.
Unrivalled as the only African energy event in the U.S, PAS has a strong track record of delivering quality networking between decision-makers in the energy sector.

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The key topics of discussion at the 2020 summit programme




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This meeting will be co-located with the Latin America Energy Forum

This meeting will be co-located with the Latin America Energy Forum

The 4th Latin America Energy Forum was held in Miami and addressed the needs of Latin America's evolving energy sector, exploring the evolution of the region’s energy mix and the role of gas in supporting the increased use of nonconventional renewables.

Government leaders from the US and Latin America joined senior decision makers from the most relevant companies in the industry, the Miami-based summit was a unique chance to explore US – LATAM energy relations and investment opportunities on both sides.

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EnergyNet continues to monitor the coronavirus/COVID-19 situation closely. Ensuring the safety of all exhibitors and visitors to our events is our top priority, and we will keep all attendees fully informed of any developments.

There were no attendees to PAS & LAEF registered from China or Hong Kong. Nevertheless, as an added precaution, we had implemented a number of additional safety measures which included making hand sanitizer readily available to all attendees, educating attendees on personal hygiene measures and also having an action plan in place to manage anyone who did not feel well.  

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch through becky@energynet.co.uk