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South Africa is continuing its IPP renewable energy program to eleven African countries

South Africa is continuing its IPP renewable energy program to eleven African countries

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At the African Forum for Renewable Energies, Month in Marrakech, Morocco Investment capital of more than USD 19 billion to private investors Developers and banks, under the motto “success awakens ambition” the Energy sector. The South African Ministry of Energy and independent power producers (Independent Power Producer, IPP) will work there on its successful IPP program For renewable energies to eleven other governments.

The forum will be attended by 300 market-leading investors, 105 speakers, 17 state ministers and high-ranking government representatives, 14 heads of supply and supervisory authorities from across the continent, as well as the governments of Morocco, Egypt and South Africa to discuss a North-South corridor for renewable energies And the importance of a balanced procurement program. The challenges and successes of investors in South Africa will serve as background information.

Further participants from Africa, the Americas, Europe and Asia are among others: Akon Lighting Africa / Solektra International, MASEN, Africa50, Africa GreenCo, AfDB, IPP Office, Smart Energy Finance, Wärtsilä, Green Climate Fund, Venturi Renewable Energy, ONEE , IFC, AREI Delivery Unit, COP22, UNFCCC, IRESEN, GIZ, Clifford Chance, ADEREE, CGEM, Attijariwafa Bank, OCP Group, ENGIE, IRENA, MCA, OPIC, Global Nexus, AFD, JBIC, Harith General Partners, Energy Investments Company (ESER), Solar Power, Mainstream Renewable Power, GRIDCo, VRA, Senelec, Ethiopian Electric Power, AER-Mali, PURC, CREE-Mali, AFUR, MEDREG, CRSE, ZERA, DLA Piper, Norton Rose Fullbright, Acwa Power, ERA , PowerHive, DBSA, Aldwych International, ITOCHU Corporation, ABB, ACS, Green Yellow, Sunna, Platinum Power, Sumec, Energy Transfo, AELEX, Clearblue, Caterpillar, White & Case, eleQtra, OECD, ERM, Baker & Mckenzie, Jacobs Engineering SA, ECOWAS, ECREEE, Schneider Electric, Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency, Kijani Energy Finance, Eversheds Windiga Energy, Eranove, Phoenix Solar AG, ORION, Shell, Rencore Energy, Mitsubishi Corporation, OST Energy, JINKO SOLAR, Générale du Solaire, Chemonics International, Global Wind Power, Powerchina, Fieldstone Africa, Algerian Solar Company, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Vestas, ERANOVE, Energy and Climate Change Center, Sofreco, Enel Green Power, Clifford Chance, Ernst & Young LLP, Grupo Cobra, Voltalia, Chemonics International , State Grid Corporation of China, Eren Renewable Energy, DNV GL, Consolidated Power Projects Group Africa, African Legal Support Facility, ANR, Mayer Brown, InfraInvest, Rencore Energy, Venturi Renewable Energy, ib vogt GmbH, Total, Bouygues energies & services , Enara Capital, Star Scientific, Iseme, Kamau & Maema Advocates, Clear Blue Technologies, Powerchina Zhongnan Engineering Corporation, Tekfen Construction and DEG.

EnergyNet’s Group Director commented, “We have had some great meetings with the best developers, investors and the most active governments in the past, but this meeting is quite different because the size of investors and the united mental performance of several governments is something entirely different It is clear from our discussions that it is first and foremost a matter of building the right partnerships so that the business can finally be concluded with proven and able partners with the best technology and the best investment – we are really Anxious! “

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Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network

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