Connecting international financiers, investors and the African power industry

17 May 2016 - 19 May 2016, 9:30AM - 4:00PM, SAST

The largest global meeting place for African utilities


KPMG in South Africa is pleased to announce its platinum sponsorship of the 16th annual African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa. This is the only global meeting place, conference and trade exhibition for African power and water utility professionals and offers a unique networking opportunity for engineers, stakeholders and solution providers alike.

KPMG decided to partner with African Utility Week conference because energy, water and transport are the three most important infrastructure developments that every city and country require to function. Everything starts with transport and parallel to that is power and water –you need basic electricity and access to water to fuel the economy.

17 – 19 May 2016
Cape Town, South Africa



South Africa has legislation that has enabled IPPs to successfully implemented which has not happened anywhere else in the world.

Exclusive interview with Ahmed Jaffer, Chairman of KPMG in South Africa and Head of Power and Utilities. He explains more about the KPMG IPP Conference taking place on 18 May during the upcoming African Utility Week at the CTICC.

South Africa has received much global acclaim for its renewable success and this process needs to be copied into the SADC region

Exclusive interview with De Buys Scott, Senior Partner in Transactions & Restructuring, head of the KPMG Infrastructure advisory in the Infrastructure and Major Projects Division.

How to create business value through social investment

Expert insights by Neil Morris, Director, Financial Risk Management, Yoliswa Msweli, Strategic Social Investment Services Lead and Sarah Ball, Senior Adviser Strategic Social Investments at KPMG South Africa.


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KPMG Speaking slots:

  • 17 May: (1) Generation Track: Identifying the ideal base-load mix for Africa
  • 18 May: (1) CEO forum – 2020 infrastructure; (2) The KPMG IPP conference; (3) African finance and investment forum
  • 19 May: (1) The future of nuclear power in the coming energy transition 

We believe that challenges around power generation, T&D, metering, clean energy, finance, reliability, water supply and energy efficiency are keeping most organisations awake at night, it is against that background that KPMG decided to get involved in the African Utility Week which is the right place to find suitable solutions, best practices and case studies from around the world.