From March 1 to 2, 2022, the 14th edition of the Africa Energy Indaba conference will be dedicated to the energy transition. It will be held in Cape Town, the South African capital, where 4,000 participants of 37 nationalities will debate the adequacy of energy production in Africa.
“Africa’s off-grid potential, a new business horizon” or “the future of oil and gas in Africa in the energy transition”. These are the two main themes that will animate the fourteenth edition of the Africa Energy Indaba conference that will take place from March 1st to 2nd 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa.
During these two days of physical and virtual meetings, exchanges will take place between 4,000 participants of 37 different nationalities who will discuss an annual program to shape the energy policy of the African continent. For the occasion, 200 exhibitors’ booths and 350 platform owners from the energy sector are expected to share their concrete visions of the changing energy landscape in Africa.
Key issues impacting the continent’s energy sector such as hydrogen, renewables and the role of energy efficiency in achieving the net zero target will be discussed in the presence of attending government representatives, including the South African Department of Energy which will be represented by Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy.