The 21st Africa Energy Forum ( aef)

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The 21st Africa Energy Forum (aef) is happening this year from 11th to 14th June in Lisbon, Portugal, combining a conference, workshops and exhibition.

Nearly 3,000 stakeholders and investors are expected to attend the 21st aef . The Forum returns to Europe for its 21st year following its 20th anniversary on Mauritius, providing a platform for important energy projects to be reviewed and showcased in front of international investors.

The aef is the global investment meeting for Africa’s power, energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors. The Forum brings together decision-makers in Africa’s energy sector to form partnerships, identify opportunities and collectively move the industry forward. aef has a loyal following of credible players working in the power space, and a track record of delivering a valuable networking experience.

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