Start Date:10 Aug 10 End Date:11 Aug 10
A bright future lies ahead for hydropower in Africa. It is expected that by 2020, hydropower is to account for 52% of West Africa (excluding Nigeria) and 79% of East Africa's total new additional generation capacity. At least 20,000MW of hydropower capacity is expected to be added to sub-Saharan Africa's hydropower capacity by 2015 through both refurbishments of existing old plants and the construction of new projects. A significant number of international IPPs are also exploring opportunities to use Africa's hydro resources to generate private power.
Hydropower Africa 2010 is a niche meeting forum where comprehensive presentations, panel discussions and focused sessions will address the issues surrounding the financing and the implementation of hydropower projects in Africa – both large and small.
Choose from a multi-track programme offering updates on various hydropower projects
Benefit from the insight and expertise of strategic government and business stakeholders
Gain perspective through strategic presentations focusing on the state of the industry as well as emerging trends and opportunities
Discover and evaluate products and services to facilitate sound business decisions
Network with suppliers, consultants, investors and utility decision makers
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