Closing Africa’s power infrastructure gap requires an estimated US$43 billion per year in capital investments over the period of 2012-2020. Mobilizing private investment, particularly in generation, is crucial to reaching that...
July10, 2013 | Tunis “…The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa is thrilled to hear this announcement today … says, ICA Coordinator, Mohamed Hassan. We have always enjoyed a great relationship with our energy...
ICA was pleased to provide financial support and take part in IGAD’s first Horn of Africa Summit 2012, held 12-13 March 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. The theme: Interconnecting the Horn of Africa for Peace, Security and Sustainable Development.
Presentations from the May 11th, 2009 meeting on Powering Africa's Growth: Expanding Private Investment in African Power Infrastructure, held in Dakar, Senegal and co-hosted by the ICA and US Department of the Treasury.
In their meeting on 11 May 2009, African finance officials, power project developers and representatives from global financial institutions agreed that in the current economic environment it was more important than ever for African countries to bring about reforms that make their power sectors more attractive to investment by the private sector.
ICA will host a meeting of its Public-Private Infrastructure Working Group in Dakar on 11 May 2009. The event, held in conjunction with the US Treasury and the African Development Bank (AfDB), will take place just before the African Development Bank’s annual meetings.
A user-guide to donor debt and equity financing for infrastructure has been produced by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA), and funded by a grant from the Private-Public Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF).
Risk mitigation instruments can help mobilise commercial debt and private equity when governments or local infrastructure entities lack the creditworthiness or track record to attract finance on their own.
A high-level meeting on "Financing Electricity for Growth in Africa", organised by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA), and hosted by the African Development Bank, will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Tunis on 12 December 2006.
A guide to infrastructure project preparation facilities in Africa has been produced by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA), and funded by a grant from the Private-Public Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF).