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Keynote address this year by Antony Piccinini of Renergi

Antony Piccinini, CEO, Renergi, will present the following keynote address at AATIC 2017: Overcoming the Barriers to Bioenergy Utilisation in Australia and Africa with New Technologies Bioenergy potential for off-grid, fringe-of-grid and utility scale applications. What are the main impediments? How can they be overcome? Renergi’s solutions Book your place at the Conference now.

Keynote address this year by R.Yofi Grant of Ghana Investment Promotion Centre

R.Yofi Grant, CEO, Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), will present the following keynote address at AATIC 2017: Micro-Grids Investment & Business Opportunities in Ghana On-going micro-grid & off-grid renewable energy projects Investment opportunities in Ghana Funded micro-grid projects, BOT and PPP business opportunities Entry licensing and regulatory criteria for investors Next steps for investors Book your place at the Conference now.

Keynote address this year by Charlie Grover of PwC

Charlie Grover, Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, will deliver the following keynote address at AATIC 2017: Powering Africa: The Micro-grids & Off-grid Renewable Energy Option Evaluating current global trend in micro-grid & off-grid renewable technologies Analysis of micro-grids growth in African regions Evaluating micro-grids as alternate pathway to attain predictable supply in Africa Security options for micro-grids investment in African regions Reviewing…read more →

Keynote address this year by Kirsty Gowans of ARENA

Kirsty Gowans, General Manager, Project Delivery,  Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will deliver the following keynote address at AATIC 2017: Financing options for micro-grids & renewable energy projects in developing nations ARENA financing options for Australian micro-grid investors in developing nations Evaluating emerging international funding options for micro-grids projects in developing nations Review of other Australia funding options for micro-grids investors…read more →

Media Release: Aussie Off-grid Technologies Set for Export Markets in Africa

At the Africa Australia Technology and Infrastructure Conference, Australian off-grid renewable energy experts and entrepreneurs will get a rare opportunity to learn about rapidly developing export markets in African countries. In recent years, off-grid renewable energy markets in Africa have been growing exponentially in the race to bridge the gap for over 620 million people who do not have access…read more →

Africa-Australia Micro-Grids and Off-Grid Renewable Energy Newsletter – March

As a lead up to the Africa Australia Technology + Infrastructure Conference to be held in September in Perth, we thought you may be interested in hearing exciting news from Africa and Australia in the renewable energy sector. View our March newsletter here (opens in new tab). Topics include: Nigeria targets 2000mw from solar energy… Ghana sets out to make energy from…read more →

AATIC 2017 will focus on Micro-Grids

The management of Africa Australia Technology + Infrastructure Conference 2017 is pleased to announce the dates for 2017 edition of AATIC. We are equally excited to inform you that we have now integrated a 2-Day Micro-Grid Masterclass as part of our 2017 package. We would also organise a free guided-tour of key micro-grid sites in and around Perth. As African…read more →

Less than 30 Days to Go: Africa Australia Technology + Infrastructure Conference 2016 – List of Invited Power Stakeholders

We are now getting ready for the 4th edition of Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference now known as Africa Australia Technology + Infrastructure Conference (AATIC). The premier event promises a wide range of power-based business opportunities for Entrepreneurs, Investors and Decision-makers from Australia and African countries. The conference offers each delegate a unique platform to discover, engage and establish relationship with…read more →

The Race for Africa Power Sufficiency Is On…. Learn How & Where to Engage

It is widely acknowledged that Africa’s power generation capacity is grossly inadequate and cannot be compared to any other region in the globe. This shortage of electricity supply in Africa presents vast business and investment opportunities for Australian power start-ups and key stakeholders. To improve power generation capacity across Africa, several countries have started massive power projects targeted at transforming…read more →

AAIC is now AATIC

We’re bringing you a conference with added technology: The Africa Australia Technology and Infrastructure Conference (AATIC). Technology and IT has always been part of the Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference (AAIC), but now it has increasing relevance with growing needs across Africa for technology infrastructure and systems. We envisage delivering you a conference which will bring together those from Africa seeking concepts…read more →