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Agenda 2024


The Future for IPPs – What is Required to Hasten the Pace of IPPs Across the Continent?

06 Mar 2024

Collaborative boardroom discussions under Chatham House Rule where all participants contribute.

  • With renewables, gas and other IPPs now taking on average 8-10 years to develop, is this sustainable for both investor and public sector needs?
  • The last ten years have proved how difficult it is to get local currency investments in energy. What lessons have been learned and how can things be different going forward?
Chairperson: Haruperi Mumbengegwi, Counsel - MIGA, The World Bank Group
Benson Uwheru, MD/CEO - Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED), Nigeria
Elsa Strydom, Head of Infrastructure Finance - IPP Office, South Africa
Geoffrey Mabea, Executive Secretary - Energy Regulators Association of East Africa (EREA)
Cletus Nyachowe, International Business Consultant - ZESA Holdings, Zimbabwe
Bruce Anderson, CEO - 247Solar
Chantelle Abdul, Group MD/CEO - Mojec International
Erik Granskog, Managing Director - Milele Energy
Isaac Ogu, Group Head: Project Finance & Infrastructure - Wema Bank, Nigeria
Sebastian Keneally, Country Manager - Power Africa, U.S. Trade & Development Agency (USTDA)
Neb Girma, Practice Lead, Senior Director, Energy Practice Group - Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)
Lamyaa Youssef, Independent Consultant - Egypt
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