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Energy Africa Conference 2014

The Global Commerce Forum

Energy Africa Conference 2014

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Ticket Type Price Fee Quantity
General Admission $340.00 $0.00
Academicians and Non Profit Organizations $260.00 $0.00
Business Symposium Reception   more info $150.00 $0.00

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Places are limitedso please make sure to register early!  

Access to accessible, affordable, reliable, clean and economically viable energy supply is essential to Africa's economic growth and enhancing the standard of living of citizens.

Come and join hundreds of executives, decision makers and thought leaders from the private sector, national governments, non-government organizations and academia from across the globe dialog, collaborate and invest in the work needed to deploy energy and power systems in Africa that support a clean environment by leveraging the synergy between natural gas and renewable energy sources.

We hope this conference inspires you to think bigger and more broadly about energy related opportunities, to expand your horizons, to grow your businesses and to help make the world a better place. 

For more information on the conference, including the list of speakers, agenda and travel and accommodation information, please visit www.energyafricaconference.com.

Students wishing to attend the conference at a discounted rate should contact Dr. Luka Powanga directly at Lpowanga@regis.edu

Have questions about Energy Africa Conference 2014? Contact The Global Commerce Forum

Where


Green Center at the Colorado School of Mines
924 16th St
Golden, Colorado 80401


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Organizer

The Global Commerce Forum

The Global Commerce Forum is a non profit organization dedicated to providing educational opportunities and exchanging knowledge and ideas about global commerce and the environment.

This group of dedicated and forward thinking business executives, government and non-governmental officials, academicians, engineers, investors, students, and policy makers from different fields and countries around the world seeks to catalyze worldwide coordination, cooperation and collaboration among different constituents and stakeholders to facilitate low carbon global trade and emerging market countries' economic development, alleviate poverty, and recast the standard of living of the under-served populations.

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