Mozambik’in başkenti Maputo’da, enerji sektörünü kapsayan Powering Africa: Mozambik Forumu düzenlenecektir.

Mozambik’in başkenti Maputo’da, enerji sektörünü kapsayan Powering Africa: Mozambik Forumu düzenlenecektir.

By: Bülent Balyemez

Mozambik Haberleri  Powering Africa: Mozambique

7-8 Mayıs 2015 tarihlerinde Mozambik’in başkenti Maputo’da, enerji sektörünü kapsayan Powering Africa: Mozambik Forumu düzenlenecektir. Sözkonusu etkinliğe Mozambik otoritelerinin yanı sıra, yerli ve yabancı yatırımcı ve girişimciler iştirak edecektir.


Powering Africa: Mozambique 2015 will take place from 7-8th May in Maputo


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Powering Africa: Mozambique returns for a fourth year

EnergyNet will return to Mozambique this May to host the 4th Annual Powering Africa: Mozambique 2015 meeting from the 7-8 May 2015.

Please note that priviledged registration rates apply before this Friday 3rd April 2015. To take advantage of these, please register online on the ‘Register’ page

Powering Africa: Mozambique will bring together public and private sectors, project developers and global financiers to discuss the opportunities for investment into Mozambique’s power sector.

Targeted sessions focusing on gas, renewable energy and regional interconnectivity will provide a platform for the development of the off-taker market in support of the country’s ‘Vision 2025’ development plan.

The meeting will take a closer look at the different financing models available to support industry developments and strengthen public-private partnerships, and feature case studies by implementers and their partners.

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Read the latest press release: Mozambique’s recently merged energy and resource ministries present new opportunities for investors

We caught up with Kenneth Gaynor, Director Power Solutions at Cummins Power Generation and one of the speakers and sponsors attending Powering Africa: Mozambique, to find out his views on Mozambique’s key growth areas, the future of the country’s gas sector and why the Mozambique- South Africa trade relationship continues to be integral to the region’s development. Read the full interview here

What has changed in Mozambique’s power sector?

With Mozambique’s Ministry of Resources and Energy recently merged, the country has taken another major step towards its 2025 vision for gas and power development. As the former Deputy Finance Minister, His Excellency Dr. Pedro Couto will clearly have a plan to promote sustainable partnerships for trade with a focus on the country’s balance sheet; however, will there be extra emphasis on regional gas sharing and power sector investment?

With exports of liquefied natural gas projects in 2018, Mozambique has high expectations and plans for the development of its gas sector, with an expectancy to increase the country’s economic growth by 13%.

In parallel to this, more than 23 TW of possible renewables projects will come online, making the country one of the most exciting and lucrative power investment destinations in the world.
What did our delegates have to say about last year’s meeting?
“I would like to congratulate you all for the amazing and well organized event that Power Africa was. We’ve heard nothing but positive comments about the conference. Well done!”

Direcção de Comunicação e Qualidade, Mozabanco

“A very insightful agenda into Southern Africa’s energy platform and the requirement for public and private sector industry participation”

Gas Sales Manager, Barloworld Power

“Very good conference that I will surely attend again”

Chief Executive Officer, Disele Green Energy (Pty) Ltd

“Very useful to identify the main projects, challenges and players in the energy market”

Commercial Manager, Somague Mocambique Lda

“Very useful, good presentations and networking. And the right country, indeed!”

Economic and Commercial Counsellor, Embassy of Spain

For more information on the programme or to get involved at the 2015 meeting, please