Africa Renewable Energy Leaders’ Summit

November 2 & 3, 2016 - Nairobi, Kenya

Africa Renewable Energy Leaders' Summit

The Africa Renewable Energy Leaders’ Summit (ARELS), will bring together some of the most influential minds in the renewable energy industry. It will be a two days of thought-provoking environment for group dialogues, impactful break-out sessions, government keynote sessions, and much more. Don’t miss the chance to be among leaders and get exclusive industry insights.

The conference will give investors access into the Renewable Energy market in East Africa where policy makers will discuss the future of Renewables in East Africa and how investor can enter this hot market. Subjects to be discussed include wind, solar, bio energy, hydro energy, and geothermal energy.

The program will consist of:

  • Keynote & governmental sessions
  • Workshops
  • Strategic panel discussion
  • Technical round tables
  • Entertaining networking program
  • Interactive Q&A sessions

ARELS is a summit that promises a lively debate, a clear business-relevant focus, and a high degree of interaction. The summit has been designed to ensure ample opportunity for one-to-one meetings and networking, alongside thought provoking discussions to explore and nurture the new renewable energy partnerships and opportunities arising in East Africa.

Under the patronage of Hon. Charles Keter, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Energy in Kenya, ARELS will bring over 200 experts and representatives together to discuss the current green energy policy framework on East Africa.

Discover 100+ renewable energy projects across East Africa at our comprehensive Africa Renewable Energy Summit Programme.

Gain on-the-ground insight into East Africa’s energy policies, opportunities and challenges directly from regulators, policy makers, and fund managers at the top-level.

Network with over 200 qualified global investors and partners in control of $5 billion USD – all looking for clean energy opportunities on the continent.

Meet face-to-face with high-profile East African energy ministers, and government agencies from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Rwanda.

Do business with all stakeholders, such as investors, operators, developers, consultants, financiers, governments, and project owners.

Build relationships and forge business-to-business and business-to-government partnerships.