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Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) will take part on November 6-7, 2019 at the Global Energy Interconnection & China-Africa Power Conference, hosted by the Global Energy Interconnection (GEIDCO) at the China National Convention Center in Beijing.
The conference will focus on the development of the Global Energy Interconnection and on its role as driver for growth in the African continent.
In particular, FEEM will intervene within the Clean Energy and Decarbonization thematic forum, presenting the recently released Roadmap to 2050 report and FEEM’s ongoing research activities on low-carbon electricity access for sustainable development in Africa. 

The 2019 Global Energy Interconnection & China-Africa Energy and Power Conference
The 2019 Global Energy Interconnection & China-Africa Energy and Power Conference will be held in China from November 4 to 7, 2019. Hosted by GEIDCO, this conference is expected to bring the development of GEI to new highs and present good opportunities for African countries to achieve sustainable development. The Conference will be held at the China National Convention Center from November 6 to 7, 2019. The two-day event will focus on two themes of “Global Energy Interconnection | A Road of Green, Low-carbon and Sustainable Development” and “African Energy Interconnection | New Growth Driver of Africa“, respectively, and will consist of keynote speeches, panel discussions, release of research reports, signing ceremony of cooperation agreements, etc. In addition to plenary meeting, a number of thematic forums will be held in parallel to discuss topics of clean energy development, economic and social development, electrification and industrialization development in Africa, Co-development of Electricity, Mining, Metallurgy, Manufacturing and Trade, power interconnection, investment and financing, etc., while echoing to the theme of African Energy Interconnection.
Up to now, more than 600 representatives from government departments, international organizations, enterprises and universities in more than 60 countries on five continents will participate. More than 10 ministerial officials from Energy Ministries and ambassadors of African countries to China, more than 70 senior representatives from international organizations, heads of corporation, institutions, academicians and fellows will give speeches or join the panel discussions.