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Energize Free webinar: Discussions regarding tariff renegotiations in Africa
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Free webinar: Discussions regarding tariff renegotiations in Africa

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The South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) extends an invitation to join African Energy on 7 July 2020 for a free webinar which will provide an update on the tariff renegotiations under way in several African markets. This webinar will also discuss the impact Covid-19 has on current and future project agreements.

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dmt_A5G

Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) power update webinar
7 July 2020; 14h00 to 15h30 (South African time)

Africa power negotiations
This free panel-led discussion will provide an update on the tariff renegotiations underway in several African markets. It will also discuss the impact of Covid-19 on current and future project agreements.

Under the leadership of the chairman of Cross-Border Information, Jon Marks, the panel will address the following:

  • The role of utilities and regulators in Africa’s increasingly diverse electricity supply industry.
  • What a fair and effective compromise between private and public interests might look like following the current renegotiations of independent power producer (IPP) tariffs and power purchase agreements (PPAs).
  • What effect tariff renegotiations will have on investor confidence.
  • Whether fundamental changes to the way force majeure or risk mitigation is approached in future PPA agreements in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This webinar will help to set the scene for, and leads up to, the seventh AIX Power and Renewables meeting which is scheduled for 17 to 20 November 2020.

Register today for the Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) power update webinar
7 July 2020; 14h00 to 15h30 (South African time)

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dmt_A5G

Contact Kim Thomas, SAPVIA, Tel 021 200-5856, kim@sapvia.co.za

 

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