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Central Energy Fund partners with Africa Energy Indaba, an oil and gas conference in Cape Town

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The Central Energy Fund (CEF) has announced its partnership with the Africa Energy Indaba, an energy conference to be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from March 2 to March 4, 2020.

The event has traditionally attracted high quality speakers and senior decision-makers, including government ministers, heads of national oil companies and state owned entities in the energy sector.

The gathering aims to address Africa’s energy poverty alleviation and ensure reliable and affordable energy solutions for the continent.

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“As the CEF Group of companies, we are proud to be part of this ground breaking and energy platform where Africans will provide African energy solutions to African energy problems. The inking of this partnership could not have come at a better time when the CEF Group is embarking on a campaign to drive investments in the energy value chain geared to drive the South African economy and create much needed job opportunities,” said CEF Group Acting Group Executive, Mr Lufuno Makhuba

This unique partnership between the CEF and Africa Energy Indaba is to provide the quintessential platform for energy industry players to gain considerable insights into capitalising on the various opportunities presented by the continent’s energy sector” said, Managing Director of Africa Energy Indaba, Ms Liz Hart.

During the three days’ conference, low carbon alternatives will be explored in-depth along with the associated challenges and solutions thereof. An unrivalled collaboration of this nature is set to empower sectoral stakeholders with prevalent and cutting-edge industry content. Discussions will unearth a plethora of insights for event attendees, ultimately leading the way for a more progressive, prosperous and sustainable energy landscape and economy as a whole.

“We believe that through this partnership the Group will lay a solid foundation to address the challenges that lies ahead in the security of South Africa’s energy future by engaging with various partners and investors in our quest to create shareholder value as well as addressing the triple challenge of unemployment, inequality and energy poverty, said Makhuba.

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