9 March 2023

Physical Event

Africa Energy Indaba Conference Pass and IPP & PPA Conference: 9 March 2023.

Don’t miss the upcoming IPP & PPA Conference

There is huge international investor focus on African energy projects and the role of IPPs due to the power shortages and load shedding in the various regions and the increasing demand for energy amongst the growing economies. Opportunities for projects using renewable, mini-grid and storage technologies is expanding. South Africa’s Department of Energy’s Renewable Energy Power Producer’s Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) launched an IPP development boom in the region; now there is investment across the continent in various technologies and project development opportunities.

THEMES TO BE DISCUSSED

Future of the decentralised/corporate IPP/PPA sector

Challenges presented by wheeling to corporate/decentralised IPP/PPA sector & how to overcome them

Bankability issues in respect of decentralised IPP/PPA sector, issues of consolidation & an appropriate risk allocation

Role of hybrid power facilities & thermal technologies in the IPP/PPA sector & related ESG issues

IPP & PPA Conference Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Tshifhiwa Bernard Magoro

Head of IPP Office

Independent Power Producers Office

Address

Moderator

Mohamed Madhi

Country Director for South Africa

Yellow Door Energy

Vivek Mittal

CEO

Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA)

Panel Members

Mojabeng T Manthata

Acting Head – Energy, Environment and ICT

Development Bank of Southern Africa

Melusi Tshabalala

Founder and CEO

Mesama Energy

Charl Jooste

Network Studies and Renewable Energy Lead AEM

HATCH

IPP & PPA Conference Partner

ENDORSING PARTNER

Independent Power Producers Office

The Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (IPPPP) was established at the end of 2010, through a joint initiative between the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, National Treasury and Development Bank of Southern Africa, as a vehicle to secure electricity from the private sector.

The IPP Office provides independent procurement, IPP contract management services and energy advisory services to the DMRE and the broader energy sector.

To date, the IPP Office has implemented 9 bid windows procuring a total of 136 IPP projects at a contracted capacity of 12 909MW. Of these, 91 projects are fully operational and are contributing 7 110 MW to the national grid.

Enquiries can be sent to:  info@energyindaba.co.za

ATTEND THIS EVENT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IPP & PPA OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA

9 March 2023, Physical Event