Picture: EPA/KIM LUDBROOK
Picture: EPA/KIM LUDBROOK
Liz Hart, Managing  director of Siyenza Management, the organiser of the Africa Energy Indaba. Photo: Supplied
Liz Hart, Managing director of Siyenza Management, the organiser of the Africa Energy Indaba. Photo: Supplied
JOHANNESBURG - More than 30 African countries will meet in Sandton early next year for the African Energy Indaba to discuss key issues facing the energy sector.

This two-day event key plenary topics are: Africa’s regional pathways: resilience and regional integration; and In conversation with Energy Leaders: charting the way ahead for the continent’s energy sector, a statement revealed.

The event is said to bring together energy sector experts and has got strategic partnerships with World Energy Council, South African National Energy Association and  NEPAD Planning & Coordinating Agency.

Managing director for the Africa Energy Indaba, Liz Hart says "The event preparation is well underway and we are ahead. Additional planning with the World Energy Council - our global strategic partner - is taking place this coming week in Portugal at the World Energy Council Executive Assembly with a delegation from South Africa in attendance.  The Indaba and South Africa are ready to host a superb 10th edition of the Africa Energy Indaba".

Hart added that the event will host many energy and service related companies, including SARETEC, UNIDO Low Carbon Transport, the National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa as well as representatives from the South African National Energy Association and the South African Department of Energy.

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