Since the inaugural conference in 2012 at the Sydney Exhibition & Convention Centre, African and Australian infrastructure stakeholders have utilised the AATIC platform to exchange valuable contacts, initiate business partnerships and share knowledge for mutual benefit.
Considering the urgent and inherent economic benefits for the African urban and rural populace to leap-frog into uninterrupted power supplies, AATIC 2017 will focus on Micro-grids and Renewable Energy sources, namely:
The key objectives for AATIC’s focus on Micro-grids and Renewable energy are:
According to World Bank, over 1.1 billion people globally are without access to electricity; about 88% live in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Micro grids could present a least?cost and timely option for up to 400 million people in these regions. Renewable Energy Micro-grids are now emerging as a scalable option for meeting the energy demand in Sub Saharan Africa (Worldbank, 2016).
The Africa Australia Technology & Infrastructure Conference serves as the leading business forum for Africans and Australians to engage on Renewable Energy Solutions, Micro-grid technology transfer, Skills/Training acquisition and vast investment opportunities.
The annual business-focused meeting features Government regulators, decision-makers and private sector representatives.
Join us @ AATIC and be part of the new beginning.
See presentations from AATIC 2016 held on 6 September 2016 here.
Powering Africa: Micro Grids and Renewable Energy.
Conference Venue: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCIWA),
180 Hay Street, East Perth, Western Australia.
Date: Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 September, 2017, TBC
AATIC 2017 will provide you with an excellent opportunity to:
Discover infrastructure solutions and investment opportunities
Explore suitable business opportunities for your infrastructure solution(s) in participating African countries
Pitch your infrastructure investment opportunities to sector specific Australian target audience
Learn where and how to connect your business to rewarding opportunities in Africa
Discover growth countries and their market entry requirements
Find out how to effectively engage with African & Australian Infrastructure decision-makers
Engage and structure Africa strategy for your business and brand
Interact with leading Africa infrastructure experts and decision-makers
Gain informed insight into Africa business culture and rules of engagement
Engage Australian experts and learn more about infrastructure development best practice
Explore our business matching opportunities with qualified decision-makers from Africa and Australia
Connect with potential Australian investors or African business partners
Network with African delegates attending our exhibitions to review Australian infrastructure solutions suitable for their local markets
Explore joint venture partnership opportunities in participating African countries
Meet with pace-setters and keep your business ahead of your competition in Africa
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