Established in 1998, African Energy is a trusted provider of consultancy, data and news services designed to support decision-making throughout all stages of the project and investment lifecycle.
African Energy provides bespoke services tailored to the needs of your business, including market entry and evaluation studies, strategic advisory services and, through parent company Cross-border Information (CbI), reputational due diligence on prospective partners.
Data collection and analysis has been central to African Energy’s work since it was established in 1998. In September 2017 we launched African Energy Live Data, an innovative and interactive data platform that is changing the way investors and developers identify power plants and analyse markets across the continent.
The product of more than 20 years of research, knowledge and expertise by our African energy sector experts, Live Data will help keep you up to date with the crucial data you need to consider at every point of the investment and development process.
Alongside constantly monitored project level detail on more than 5,500 operating, under-construction and pipeline electricity generation projects, Live Data subscriptions include access to the Data Tool – a full suite of analytical tools to analyse electricity sector vital statistics and demographics alongside the project pipeline, including past, current and future electricity generating capacity by ownership, connection and fuel type.
Now in its 20th year, African Energy’s subscription-based newsletter helps keep senior energy executives up to date with what is happening across the continent, including news and analysis of market developments, project awards and the political and governance issues that impact on the business environment.
Subscribers receive a new issue direct to their inbox every two weeks, 23 times a year, plus online access to our extensive archive (including energy maps). Additional benefits include discounts for the Africa Investment Exchange series of meetings and a half-price rate for the African Energy Atlas.