Resilience in the face of climate change: water, renewable energy and territorial


AFRICAGUA is a leading biennial conference focusing on water and renewable energy challenges. It brings together public and private sectors, nations and business to address opportunities in West African countries

4 Reasons

to attend to AFRICAGUA

Identify business opportunities in Water and Renewables in Africa

Learn and share about success cases

Learn and share about success cases

Promote your business in key circles

Topics to be discussed

In past editions of AFRICAGUA

we have counted with:

  • Mor Ndiaye Mbaye
    “Our target for 2017 is to achieve 20% of renewables. To get this objective we are committed to create specific organizations focused on this”
    Mor Ndiaye Mbaye
    Advisor of Energy Council at Senegal
  • Miguel Epkua Ondo
    “Equatorial Guinea will develop renewable energy for Annobon and Corisco Islands”
    Miguel Epkua Ondo
    Consejero Presidencial de Energia en Guinea Ecuatorial
  • International Energy Agency
    “Renewables could meet almost 2/3 of power demand growth in Sub-Saharian Africa by 2020”
    International Energy Agency
  • Kwabena Ampadu Otu-Danquah
    “Ghana is endowed with 4 main renewable energy resources and will invite tenders for solar PV projects”
    Kwabena Ampadu Otu-Danquah
    Ghana head of Renewable Energy Commission