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In a gesture of appreciation and recognition, the Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC) recently paid a courtesy call to the Ministry of Energy Ghana on the 26th of March 2024 to present citations to the Minister and Deputy Ministers for their invaluable support during the Africa Energy Technology Conference that was held from the 12th to the 14th of March 2024 at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra.

The Africa Energy Technology Conference, organized by AETC in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy Ghana, emerged as a resounding success, drawing key stakeholders, policymakers, and industry leaders from across the globe. With the theme “Africa at the Forefront of Energy Technology and Policy Integration in a Just Energy Transition,” the conference aimed to propel Africa into a leading position in the global energy discourse.

During the courtesy call, the delegation led by Ms. Emelia Akumah- Founder and President of the Africa Energy Technology Centre- expressed their profound gratitude to the Minister for Energy, Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, and the Deputy Ministers for their unwavering support and commitment to advancing the energy sector in Ghana and across the continent. Their endorsement and active participation played a pivotal role in the success of the conference, fostering fruitful discussions and facilitating meaningful collaborations.

The citations presented to the Minister and Deputy Ministers serve as a token of appreciation for their dedication to promoting sustainable energy solutions and fostering innovation within the industry. AETC highlighted the importance of collaborative efforts between government institutions and industry stakeholders in driving positive change and achieving shared goals for a sustainable energy future.

The Africa Energy Technology Conference served as a platform for showcasing cutting-edge technologies, discussing key policy initiatives, and exploring investment opportunities within the energy sector. With a diverse range of topics covered, including renewable energy, technological innovation, and regulatory frameworks, the conference provided invaluable insights and actionable strategies for shaping the future of energy in Africa.

In addition to honouring the Ministry of Energy Ghana, AETC reiterated its commitment to continued collaboration and partnership in driving forward the energy agenda in Ghana and beyond. By working together, government institutions, industry players, and other stakeholders can unlock the full potential of Africa’s energy resources and contribute to economic growth, social development, and environmental sustainability across the continent.

As the energy landscape continues to evolve, initiatives like the Africa Energy Technology Conference play a crucial role in fostering dialogue, innovation, and collaboration. AETC looks forward to building on the success of the conference and furthering its mission of advancing energy technology and policy integration in Africa for a brighter and more sustainable future.

In a gesture of appreciation and recognition, the Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC) recently paid a courtesy call to the Ministry of Energy Ghana on the 26th of March 2024 to present citations to the Minister and Deputy Ministers for their invaluable support during the Africa Energy Technology Conference that was held from the 12th to the 14th of March 2024 at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra. The Africa Energy Technology Conference, organized by AETC in collaboration with the Ministry

On June 3, 2024, the Africa Energy Bank was officially launched, marking a critical moment for the continent’s oil and gas industry. This new financial institution, established with an initial capital of $5 billion, aims to bridge the financing gap for energy projects across Africa, addressing a critical need in the sector. The creation of the Africa Energy Bank is a joint effort by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the African Petroleum Producers’ Organization (APPO). The bank’s primary objective is

In the annals of history, there are tales of remarkable women who defied the odds, shattered stereotypes, and blazed trails in fields traditionally dominated by men. From Marie Curie’s groundbreaking work in physics to Rosa Parks’ courageous stand for civil rights, these women have left an indelible mark on the world, inspiring generations to come. Today in the bustling energy sector, a name that is emerging and challenging the status quo is Emelia Akumah. Emelia Akumah, the Founder and President of the Africa

The Africa Energy Technology Conference held in Ghana at the Labadi Beach Hotel stands as a testament to the continent’s commitment to shaping a sustainable energy future. With a focus on technological innovation, policy integration, and collaboration, the conference brought together key stakeholders, industry leaders, and policymakers to chart a course towards a more inclusive and equitable energy ecosystem. As we reflect on the success of this year’s event, we also look ahead to the future of the Africa Energy Technology Centre

The Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC)as part of forging strategic alliances with key stakeholders within the energy sector is happy to announce its partnership with the African Petroleum Producers Organization (APPO) towards the upcoming Africa Energy Technology Conference scheduled to take place in Ghana. APPO, an intergovernmental organization created in 1987 in Lagos, Nigeria, with the primary objective of promoting cooperation among African petroleum-producing countries plays a crucial role in harmonizing petroleum policies, sharing technical expertise, and fostering collaboration for the

The Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC) is delighted to announce the African Energy Chamber as a strategic partner towards the highly anticipated Africa Energy Technology Conference. This partnership signifies a united effort to propel innovation, advocate for sustainable energy solutions, and foster strategic discussions within the African energy ecosystem. The Africa Energy Technology Centre is at the forefront of promoting technological advancements and policy integration in the energy sector. With a mission to make Africa the ultimate destination for global energy-centred

The Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC), in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Ghana, is poised to host the Africa Energy Technology Conference from March 12th to 14th, 2024, at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra. Ghana’s Minister for Energy in the person of Honorable Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, will grace the occasion as one of the headline speakers as part of pushing Ghana’s agenda towards creating a sustainable energy future for Africa. His expertise, vision, and dedication to advancing sustainable energy

The Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC), in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Ghana, is poised to host the Africa Energy Technology Conference from March 12th to 14th, 2024, at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra. The conference, which is being hosted by the Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC) in partnership with the Ministry of Energy, Ghana will feature a slew of energy experts, policymakers and key stakeholders within the energy sector. Among the many distinguished speakers that will grace the occasion, the

The Africa Energy Technology Centre (AETC), in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Ghana, is poised to host the Africa Energy Technology Conference from March 12th to 14th, 2024, at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra. Ghana’s President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, will be a crucial figurehead at the conference, marking his presence as a key speaker and driving force behind Ghana’s endeavours towards fostering a sustainable energy landscape for not only the nation but the entire continent of Africa. His

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