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FUTURE ENERGY CENTRAL AFRICA 2 - 3 Oct, Yaounde, Cameroon Formerly iPAD Cameroon – Future Energy Central Africa’s goal is to become the regional platform for power and utility development, welcoming private developers, IPPs, and investors within the region, to facilitate regional grid extension, pricing and infrastructure development.

government officials from every member of the CEMAC region and representatives of investments and financial institutions. Alongside the conference will take place a closed forum for utilities CEO.

The conference will be expanding its focus to the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) to include Gabon, Cameroon, the Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea.

Supporting your businesses and market entry is core to our activities. Enter Central Africa’s “wild heart” and get access to the energy stakeholders!

This exclusive platform is a unique chance for delegates to identify potential business opportunities in response to an increasing power demand from the consumer and industry, enjoying rich and diversified energy resources. The conference will involve 72 Future Energy Central Africa 2017 · Cameroon

Why Central Africa?

The Regional Integration could save up to 33 billion per annum. The region posseses the highest hydro potential in Africa and 60% of the continent resources. DRC, CAR and Gabon have a large mining sector which is highly dependant on electricity.

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