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Conference Day 3 – Thursday

September 29, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

ARIS Conference, Exhibition & Meeting Rooms Open

Matchmaking: Delegates to Book private one on one meetings via event matchmaking app

Exhibition Stands Tour

All ARIS delegates and participants have opportunities to book meetings and utilize the meeting facilities at ARIS. Participants also have access to exhibition stands just before the official opening of the event

07:30 - 09:00 AM Hall 8

Organisers’ welcome remarks

Speakers:

09:00 - 09:05 AM Hall 8

Investor Panel: Unpacking risk mitigations tools, finance and guarantee instruments for utility scale African RE projects

Traditional financing methods for renewable energy projects don't always work for African conditions. This session will explore what innovative finance options lenders and investors can curate for financing African renewable energy projects.

Session focus:
• Project financing
• Alternative guarantee instruments outside of govt guarantees
• Blended finance
• Green Bonds
• Concessional finance

09:05 - 09:45 AM Hall 8

Scaling Solar Energy Investments in Africa

Africa is the true “sun continent”, boasting 60% of the best solar resources worldwide. Despite this potential, Africa currently holds only 1% of solar PV capacity.

Already the cheapest source of power in many parts of Africa, solar can help increase energy access and help end energy poverty on the continent. This session will explore how Africa’s can attract more investment to maximise its solar energy potential.

Session focus:
• Opportunities for private investors
• Promising markets to utility & large-scale projects
• Private PPAs
• Financing models

09:45 - 10:30 AM Hall 8

Scaling Wind Across Africa: How African countries can drive investment into Wind Energy

Africa has 59,000GW of onshore and offshore wind energy potential - enough to meet the continent’s energy demand 250 times over. Despite this much potential, the continent has only harnessed 0.01 per cent of its wind resource, amounting to over 7GW of installed wind capacity with only a handful of Sub- Saharan countries with wind farms outside of South Africa.

This panel examines wind energy's success stories, and the challenges that must be overcome through closer collaboration between project developers, financiers and the public sector to unlock Africa’s tremendous wind potential.

Session Focus:
• Lessons learned from wind energy's success stories in Sub-Saharan Africa
• Challenges affecting the Scaling of wind energy across Sub-Saharan Africa
• Mobilising investment for a rapid scale up of wind energy

10:30- 11:15 AM Hall 8

Breakaway Session - Women in African Renewables

Equity and inclusion are very crucial for Africa’s socio-economic development. Achieving gender equality and increasing female representation in the African energy transition will be crucial for its success. Studies show that businesses improve profits, performance, innovation and creativity with increased female representation.

The session will explore how more women can play leading roles in driving renewable energy deployment in Africa.

Key discussions in breakaway session:
• Gender diversity of renewable energy companies’ workforce
• Women in decision-making positions
• Possible solutions for increasing female representation in Africa’s energy transition
• Industry gender programs and policies

11:45 - 12:30 PM Daisy Freasia & Orchid

Conference Day 2 – Wednesday

September 28, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

ARIS Conference, Exhibition & Meeting Rooms Open

Matchmaking: Delegates to Book private one on one meetings via event matchmaking app

Exhibition Stands Tour

All ARIS delegates and participants have opportunities to book meetings and utilize the meeting facilities at ARIS. Participants also have access to exhibition stands just before the official opening of the event

07:30 - 09:00 AM Hall 8

Organisers’ welcome remarks

Speakers:

09:00 - 09:05 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Keynote Address: Eskom’s vision for SA’s Just Energy Transition

South Africa’s state-owned power utility plans to retire close to 10 GW of its coal power generation fleet and replace it with renewables. Eskom has identified a pipeline of ‘Just Energy Transition’ projects, and intends to secure financing with the R131 billion concessional funding raised from the international financiers who have committed to supporting the decarbonisation initiatives in developing countries, including South Africa.

De Ruyter to outline Eskom’s Just Energy Transition Strategy and the opportunities for partnerships with investors.

09:05 - 09:30 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Assessing the progress on South Africa’s Just Transition Partnership (JETP)

At UNFCCC COP26, the governments of U.K, France, Germany, U.S and the European Union signed the Just Transition Partnership (JETP) with South Africa where they pledged to mobilise $8.5 billion over the next 3-5 years to help accelerate the country’s energy transition. JETP’s objectives also include supporting South Africa’s pathway to a low carbon economy, and climate resilient society.

Session focus:

• Progress update on JETP
• Financing instruments available under the partnership
• Beneficiary industries
• Opportunities for affected workers and communities

09:30 - 10:15 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Renewable energy investment opportunities in Mozambique

Mozambique has vast potential for renewable energy. Creating a bankable pipeline of projects and attracting investment is key to fostering the country’s energy transition.

Key discussions in breakaway session:
• Showcasing projects that have achieved financial close
• Deep dive on the policy framework, identifying barriers to investment, and making recommendations for tackling them

10:15 - 11:00 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Creating Markets for Export: interconnection and a southern African regional power pool

Regional integration of energy systems holds vast opportunity for Africa, in terms of cross-border trading and increased grid flexibility. A functional regional power pool in the Southern African region would allow for an increased share of renewable energy. How can regional integration, via power pools, drive an accelerated uptake of wind and solar while presenting an attractive economic opportunity to governments across the Continent?

Session focus:
• Cross border energy trading
• Integrating and interconnecting different regional integration and interconnection
• Renewable energy offtake via regional power pools

11:30 - 12:15 PM Main Plenary Hall 8

Green Hydrogen Day (Day 1) – Tuesday

September 27, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

ARIS Conference, Exhibition & Meeting Rooms Open

Matchmaking: Delegates to Book private one on one meetings via event matchmaking app

Exhibition Stands Tour

All ARIS delegates and participants have opportunities to book meetings and utilize the meeting facilities at ARIS. Participants also have access to exhibition stands just before the official opening of the event.

07:30 - 09:00 AM Hall 8

Organisers’ Welcome Remarks

SolarPower Europe, GWEC, RenewAfrica, & AFSIA

09:00 - 09:15 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Opening Keynote: The Investment Case for African Renewables – Why Investors Should Look at Africa Now

Africa has the world's largest potential for renewable energy but only receives less than 2% of global renewable energy investment. So much underexploited opportunity, and a greater need for energy, with 600 million Africans having no access to electricity. Many African countries have made tremendous legislative movements to attract investment, the ball is now investors' court.

This session will spell out the trends and intricacies of developing projects in Africa, and why investors should start investing now.

09:45 - 10:15 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

The role of green hydrogen in the energy transition

Green Hydrogen presents a significant opportunity for an increased and accelerated deployment of renewables across Africa. It also presents a clean power alternative for industries that are difficult to electrify, such as steel production. This session will introduce the green hydrogen landscape in Africa, covering the potential for increased renewable deployment and industrial decarbonisation, market building across the continent, and the outlook for the future.

Session:
• The potential of green hydrogen in accelerating renewable deployment in Africa
• Market building across Africa – green hydrogen policy frameworks and high-potential markets
• Decarbonising hard-to-electrify industries
• Job creation potential

10:45 - 11:45 AM Main Plenary Hall 8

Investor perspectives on the bankability of green hydrogen projects

Hosted by GIZ South Africa’s H2.SA

Green hydrogen projects require significant upfront investments, which is why project developers must decide early-on what type of finance and investor they would like to target, and how they intend to convince them. “Bankability'' is the key term that allows projects to access finance and reach financial close. In this session, different investors will provide their perspective on “bankability” in the green hydrogen sector.

Session focus:
• How different groups of investors (e.g. equity investors, commercial banks, development finance institutions, etc.) define and interpret “bankability"
• What criteria drive investors' investment decisions
• Valuable insights to building the right funding strategy for your specific project from concept development to financial close

11:45 - 12:45 PM Main Plenary Hall 9

Elevator pitch session: Investment-ready green hydrogen projects in South Africa

Hosted by GIZ South Africa’s H2.SA

South Africa's green hydrogen project pipeline is growing rapidly. However, many of these are in the feasibility stage, or looking to attract initial financing. This breakaway session will give the stage to project developers from across South Africa to showcase their green hydrogen projects, highlighting the depth of the market and potential options for investors.

Session focus:
• What projects – small, medium and large – are already underway?
• Are there any common challenges experienced by project developers?
• Approaches focusing on the domestic and/or export market
• What is the potential global competitiveness of SA green hydrogen?

13:45 - 14:30 PM Daisy Freasia & Orchid

3rd Day

September 29, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

Investor Panel: Unpacking risk mitigation tools, finance and guarantee instruments for utility-scale African RE projects

Traditional financing methods for renewable energy projects don't always work for African conditions. This session will explore what innovative finance options lenders and investors can curate for financing African renewable energy projects.

09:05 - 09:45 AM Hall 8

Scaling Solar Energy Investments in Africa

Africa is the true “sun continent”, boasting 60% of the best solar resources worldwide. Despite this potential, Africa currently holds only 1% of solar PV capacity. Already the cheapest source of power in many parts of Africa, solar can help increase energy access and help end energy poverty on the continent. This session will explore how Africa can attract more investment to maximise its solar energy potential.

09:45 - 10:30 AM Hall 8

Scaling wind across Africa: The complementary role of wind in the current energy mix

Africa has 59,000GW of onshore and offshore wind energy potential - enough to meet the continent's energy demand 250 times over. Despite this tremendous technical potential, the continent has only harnessed 0.01 percent of its wind resource. The continent of Africa currently has around 7GW of installed wind capacity as of the end of 2020. However, in Sub-Saharan Africa, only a handful of countries have wind farms. This panel examines the complementarity of Africa's tremendous wind potential. Another driver for accelerating wind deployment in Africa is the amended NDC's within the UNFCCC processes ahead of COP27, along with policies to achieve decarbonization, job creation and a just energy transition.

10:30 - 11:15 AM Hall 8

2nd Day

September 28, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

Keynote Address: Eskom’s vision for SA’s Just Energy Transition

South Africa’s state-owned power utility plans to retire close to 10 GW of its coal power generation fleet and replace it with renewables. Eskom has identified a pipeline of ‘Just Energy Transition' projects and intends to secure financing with the R131 billion concessional funding raised from the international financiers who have committed to supporting the decarbonisation initiatives in developing countries, including South Africa. Andre de Ruyter will outline Eskom’s Just Energy Transition strategy and the opportunities for partnerships with investors.

09:05 - 09:30 AM Hall 8

Assessing the progress on South Africa’s Just Transition Partnership (JETP)

At UNFCCC COP26, the governments of U.K, France, Germany, U.S and the European Union signed the Just Transition Partnership (JETP) with South Africa where they pledged to mobilise $8.5 billion over the next 3-5 years to help accelerate the country’s energy transition. JETP’s objectives also include supporting South Africa’s pathway to a low carbon economy, and climate resilient society.

09:30 - 10:15 AM Hall 8

Renewable energy investment opportunities in Mozambique

Mozambique has vast potential for renewable energy. Creating a bankable pipeline of projects and racing investment is key to fostering the country’s energy transition. This session to showcase projects that have achieved financial close and deep dive into the policy framework, identifying barriers to investment and making recommendations for tackling them.

10:15 - 11:00 AM Hall 8

1st Day

September 27, 2022

Corner of Heerengracht & Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001 Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC 2)

Opening keynote: The Investment Case for African renewables – Why investors should look at Africa now

Africa has the world's largest potential for renewable energy but only receives less than 2% of global renewable energy investment. With so many underexploited opportunities, and an urgent need for renewable energy in Africa, several African countries have made tremendous regulatory updates to attract investment. This keynote will spell out the opportunities for investment in Africa's renewable energy sector, and the intricacies of developing projects in Africa, and why investors should start investing now.

09:45 - 10:15 AM Hall 8

The role of green hydrogen in the energy transition

Green Hydrogen presents a significant opportunity for an increased and accelerated deployment of renewables across Africa. It also presents a clean power alternative for industries that are difficult to electrify, such as steel production. This session will introduce the green hydrogen landscape in Africa, covering the potential for increased renewable deployment and industrial decarbonisation, market building across the continent, and the outlook for the future.

10:45 - 11:45 AM Hall 8

Investor perspectives on the bankability of green hydrogen projects

Hosted by GIZ South Africa’s H2.SA Green hydrogen projects require significant upfront investments, which is why project developers must decide early-on what type of finance and investor they would like to target, and how they intend to convince them. “Bankability'' is the key term that allows projects to access finance and reach financial close. In this session, different investors will provide their perspective on “bankability” in the green hydrogen sector.

11:45 - 12:45 PM Hall 8

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