The Danish capital has been selected to host next year’s Africa Energy Forum, a major energy conference with about 2,000 attendants.
The news was announced at this year’s ongoing edition in London.
The Africa Energy Forum serves as a meeting point for African and European energy developers and industry decision makers regarding investment opportunities for the development of the African power sector.
“It is a great tribute to Denmark and a great platform to promote Danish energy companies in Africa,” stated Kristian Jensen, the minister for foreign affairs.
“The organisers selected Denmark because of our unique experience with investing in renewable energy projects in African countries like Kenya and South Africa. And we are proud to be a showcase.”
The conference in Copenhagen is organised by EnergyNet, an expert host for power generation forums, and the main theme is expected to revolve around development finance institutions.