Power Africa Pavillion at upcoming GEA Expo starting Sept. 28, 2014
The expanded Power Africa Geothermal Pavilion in the GEA Expo will feature the representatives from the leading African countries in Geothermal: Djibouti, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda.
The East African geothermal boom continues, and government and industry officials are interested in working with US companies. To help make these connections, the GEA Geothermal Energy Expo will feature an expanded Power Africa Geothermal Pavilion (Booth #1150-1168) with representatives present from the leading countries in the region: Djibouti, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda. In addition, key personnel working with the East African Geothermal Partnership – a collaborative partnership between US AID and GEA — will be on hand to help your company engage in this exciting growth area.
Senior executives from the following East African institutions will be available to discuss business opportunities open to the private sector in the Pavilion and in one-on-one meetings:
Ministry of Finance – Kenya
KenGen – Kenya
Geothermal Development Company (GDC) – Kenya
Accurate Power Systems – Kenya
Transcentury – Kenya
Development Office of Geothermal Energy (ODEGG) – Djibouti
National Investment Promotion Agency- Djibouti
National Center for Research and Studies (CERD) – Djibouti
Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources – Djibouti
Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) – Ethiopia
Ministry of Finance and Economic Development – Ethiopia
Energy Development Corporation Limited – Rwanda
Ministry of Infrastructure – Rwanda
Ministry of Finance – Tanzania
Infratech Limited – Tanzania
Department of Geological Survey and Mines – Uganda
Pawakom – Uganda
African Union Commission
African Development Bank
GEA Geothermal Energy Expo, September 28-Oct 1, at the Convention Center in Portland, Oregon.
Please also join for delegate country presentations in the Power Africa Pavilion on Tuesday, September 30th starting at 9:00am.
Source: Press Release