This year, we combine insightful content around finance and investment matters in the power industry. Regulation and cost reflective tariffs are topical issues once again; though, the possibility of an auction-based system to drive down electricity tariffs is widely talked about. Furthermore, we are eager to answer questions around how credit worthy the East African power sector is and assist to mitigate the key project risks preventing bankability.


  • The World Bank approved a $180-million loan for Kenya Electricity Generation Company
  • Tanzania has approached the African Development Bank to finance a 2100 MW hydroelectric plant in a World Heritage site
  • Despite Umeme’s financial hits due to amendments to Umeme’s supply license, the company registered a 6.9% rise in revenues to sh709.4b

Regular attendees at Future Energy East Africa

  • African Development Bank
  • African Trade Insurance Agency
  • Citibank
  • Co-Operative Bank
  • European Investment Bank
  • Genghis Capital Limited
  • Stanbic Bank
  • World Bank

Top job titles that finance sector companies want to meet

  • C level executives 
  • Public and private sector 
  • Utility Training Managers
  • Legal and financial advisors 

Industry sectors that finance sector companies want to meet

  • Commercial banks
  • Investment banks
  • Private equity funds 
  • Government and regulators 
  • Utilities

Why you consider showcasing your expertise?

  • Present your solutions and thought leadership to utilities and project developers in the strategic conference sessions, so more and more projects mitigate key risks
  • Be seen as the partner of choice for utilities and private sector project developers

Contact Lucian Scholtz on +27 21 700 3576 or for more information on exhibiting or sponsoring Future Energy East Africa

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