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Business-to-business Matchmaking

For the first time, the Second Stakeholder Forum of the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) will offer all Forum delegates a chance to meet and engage among themselves, but also with high-level speakers, exhibitors, and delegates on a one-on-one basis during the Business-to-Business Matchmaking service. Although we expect that networking will take place by default, we are catering for a more structured possibility that will open up opportunities for more in-depth exchange.

The Business-to-Business Matchmaking is being jointly organized by our partners: Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Program (RECP), RES4MED and the EU Technical Assistance Facility with the support of Promos, the Milan Chamber of Commerce.

The matchmaking session aims at fostering private investment in Africa’s renewable energy markets and will offer project developers, financiers and also other stakeholders from civil society and development partners to come together and discuss potential collaborations during scheduled face-to-face meetings.

The meeting opportunities will be limited, and depend on the participants per meeting ratio, space and capacity available. For this reason, bookings of the meetings are managed in principle on “first come - first served” basis.

If you are interested please register online on the platform www.aeep-b2b.talkb2b.net (available at beginning of May) and submit your full profile. Through the platform, you can find the most promising partners and book meetings.

In the meantime, if you are interested please send an email to aeep-b2b[at]mi.camcom.it with the following information: full name, company/organisation, brief description of your product/service, sector, website, email and telephone number.

This service is brought to you by:




  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy
  • Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  • Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Egypt
  • Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
  • Politecnico di Milano/University of Milan
  • Terna Group