ICA & US Treasury Meeting in Dakar on Powering Africa's Growth - Presentations & Outcome Statement

15 mai 2009

POWERING AFRICA'S GROWTH:
EXPANDING PRIVATE INVESTMENT IN AFRICAN POWER INFRASTRUCTURE

May 11, 2009
Dakar, Senegal

Co-hosts
US Department of the Treasury
Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA)

Co-chairs
Dr. Mandla GANTSHO
| Vice President for Infrastructure | African Development Bank, and
Andy BAUKOL | Acting Assistant Secretary of International Affairs  | US Treasury

On May 11, 2009 the US Department of the Treasury and the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) co-hosted a symposium on mobilizing private investment into Africa’s power. The symposium followed up on a first meeting held in Washington in October 2008. Taking place at the margins of the Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank, the event brought together African Ministers, senior private sector representatives, and officials from multilateral and bilateral development institutions to discuss what constraints prevent private investment from filling a greater portion of the power infrastructure gap in Africa.


Documents & Presentations


OUTCOME STATEMENT

Meeting: Powering Africa's Growth: Expanding Private Investment in African Power Infrastructure

Session 1

PROJECT KIVUWATT: INTEGRATED METHANE GAS EXTRACTION AND
100 MW POWER GENERATION

Joseph C. BRANDT | President & CEO | ContourGlobal

THE LAKE TURKANA WIND POWER PROJECT
Part I General Information  | Henk HUTTING
Part II In Partnership with African Development Bank  | Hela CHEIKHROUHOU

The MMAMABULA ENERGY PROJECT (MEP)
CIC ENERGY


Session 2

RABAI CASE STUDY
Aldwych International

TEMA OSONOR PLANT LTD (TOPL)
126 MW POWER PROJECT
CASE STUDY OF A LOCALLY DEVELOPED IPP PROJECT

PRIVATE INVESTMENT IN PRACTICE –HOW KPLC WORKED WITH RABAI POWER LTD TO MOVE A POWER INVESTMENT FROM THE FEASIBILITY STAGE TO FINANCIAL CLOSURE
Eng. Joel KIILU | Chief Manager - Energy transmission | Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited

 

 


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