EVENT ALERT | Malawi Energy Sector Roundtable-Luncheon | Miami 2014.10.03

 MIAMI EMPRESARIAL MAGAZINE

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is pleased to support the following organizations:

U.S. TRADE & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (USTDA)

CORE INTERNATIONAL INC.

the ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & INTERNATIONAL UNIT OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

and ENTERPRISE FLORIDA

and cordially invites you to participate in the

BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE & LUNCHEON FOR FLORIDA COMPANIES – HIGHLIGHTING OPPORTUNITIES IN MALAWI ENERGY SECTOR

Friday, October 3, 2014

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

Intercontinental Hotel
100 Chopin Plaza, Miami

Registration for Florida Companies: $35.00
includes lunch, tea/coffee break, materials and business meeting

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Deadline for Registration: Wednesday, Oct 1, 2014

 

EVENT OVERVIEW

This Business Roundtable and Luncheon will highlight business opportunities for Florida companies in Malawi’s growing power sector with over $400 million in ongoing investments in power generation, transmission, and distribution. The Roundtable offers a forum for Florida companies to learn, first-hand, details of forth coming power sector procurement opportunities that will be presented by the high level delegation from Malawi.

Malawi Power Sector Opportunities – $400M in Ongoing Procurements

Only 8% of Malawi’s population has access to electricity. To increase power generation across Malawi, the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation signed a $350.7 million compact with the government dedicated to revitalizing Malawi’s power sector.

Procurements under the compact will include the rehabilitation of the country’s hydro-electric generation capacity, the construction of a 400 kV transmission line, the expansion of its existing 132 kV transmission network, the construction of numerous distribution projects, and the implementation of SCADA and IT systems.

Simultaneously, the World Bank is implementing an $84.7 million Energy Support Project aimed at improving power sector efficiency and reliability and supporting energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in the country.

The Roundtable and Luncheon program will provide a forum for companies to learn detailed information about these investments and the procurement opportunities available through the expansion of Malawi’s power sector.

• Goals and Objectives

  1. Introduce the Malawi delegation to relevant U.S. energy equipment, service providers, and manufacturers.
  2. Discuss opportunities in Malawi’s power sector including upcoming procurements and investments.
  3. Discuss relevant technologies, legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks in utility management, and other key energy related topics.

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