The annual IPP & PPA Conference scheduled for the 7th March 2024 at the CTICC

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  • As we explore the rapid growth of IPPs in Africa, it’s imperative to consider various factors shaping this landscape.
  • This includes regulatory frameworks, market structures, risk management, and the evolving energy mix.
  • Collaborative efforts between public and private sectors, coupled with innovative financing models, are essential to unlocking the full potential of IPPs in the African context.

The rapid growth of IPPs and the intricacies of Power Purchase Agreements are pivotal elements in reshaping Africa’s energy landscape. The annual IPP & PPA Conference scheduled for the 7th March 2024 at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa, provides a platform to exchange insights, foster collaborations, and pave the way for a sustainable, inclusive, and resilient energy future.

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