Returning to Washington D.C. 16 - 18 March 2022.
The Summit began in 2015 to support U.S. Government stakeholders, institutional investors, private financiers, service and technology providers from North America to come together with Ministerial and Governmental participants from countries across Africa.
A new era of projects, partnerships and progress
The Powering Africa Summit was co-located with EnergyNet’s Latin America Energy Forum allowing Africa and Latin America to share valuable knowledge and experience in developing their respective energy sectors and the challenges of decarbonisation.
The key topics from the 2022 programme with a focus on commercial opportunities, project acceleration and technology.
Sponsors maximised their brand exposure and engaged with key decision makers at the 2022 summit.
Hear from energy leaders and financiers on new announcements, project developments and key event communications
Download the PAS 2022 Post Show Report
For the 8th edition of the Summit we returned to Washington D.C., re-uniting the key players from North America with Ministerial and Governmental participants from across Africa to drive energy developments on the continent.
Learn more about our attendees, our agenda and the discussions that took place at the Powering Africa Summit (PAS) by downloading our Post Show Report.
The Summit took place at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington, DC. The central location was close to historic local attractions, downtown shopping areas, dining venues, Mt. Vernon Square, the National Mall and other nearby D.C. landmarks.
Highlights of the 2022 Powering Africa Summit
Senior industry leaders gathered with country representatives to discuss the opportunities and needs of Africa’s Energy Sector.
See some of the key moments.
What our attendees say
"It was a fruitful Summit and I enjoyed sharing experiences and updating myself on new developments in the sector. The networking was fantastic"
"An excellent forum for the Power sector to share information and ideas, connecting decision makers in public and private sectors for networking"
What an amazing session on Morocco. EnergyNet you never stop to surprise me with your quality and the enormous amount of information coming from your participants. Thank you very much!