The African continent presents an unparalleled wealth of opportunities, with USD 3.5 trillion of investment anticipated by 2025 across a range of industries. With two thirds of the growing African population still without access to electricity, bridging the energy gap is a key priority in the continent’s socio-economic agenda. With its undisputed position as a hub for doing business in Africa and its innovative smart city agenda, the UAE is poised to play a vital role in the continent’s development.
Baker McKenzie invites you to join an interactive discussions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai in November 2018 on the risks and rewards for those doing business in Africa, and the future development of the continent’s power sector. Our Africa and Power-focused partners, along with our guest speaker, Jeremy Crane, CEO of Yellow Door Energy, will focus on:
- Current economic overview – Risks and rewards
- East vs West: Kenya and Nigeria - Latest developments and future prospects
- Smart Power, Smart Cities - The future of energy and impact of technology in Africa and the Middle East
Our seminars are free to attend – please click on the links below to register. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Jenny Medina.
Our lawyers will be available for one-to-one meetings in Abu Dhabi on 5 November and in Dubai on 6 November to discuss specific Africa power-related issues you may have. Please contact via email if you wish to set up a personal appointment, as the number of meetings will be limited.