The Africa Energy Forum, 26-28 June- Berlin, is Africa’s premier annual international meeting place. All the players in the African power, gas and renewable energy sector will be in Berlin from 26 to 28 June as well as the essential industries required to develop energy projects. A combination of impressive growth rates in many African countries and the Forum’s reputation as the meeting-place where you can do business and create the opportunities for future business makes AEF 2012 the African power event that the industry must attend.
We are offering readers of ESI a discount of 20% if they book their place at AEF 2012 before 1st June 2012. To take advantage of this offer, simply enter the discount code AEF20 at the checkout when booking online here: http://www.energynet.co.uk/AEF/AEF2012/registration.html
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Hon. Alemayehu Tegenu, Minister of Water Resources & Energy in Ethiopia, is now confirmed to join nine other already confirmed government ministers at AEF 2012. The unprecedented number of government officials attending AEF 2012 coincides with increasing participation from international investors. China’s GD Power Development, the subsidiary of China Guodian Corporation and one of China’s largest power producers, is the most recent Asian investor to confirm their attendance at the Africa Energy Forum in Berlin.