Canary Islands.- The Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) continues with its strategic planning to attract investment to the Islands and for this to materialize in order to generate value-added employment. In accordance with the entity’s annual promotion calendar, these days the ZEC has closed B2B meetings with investors who attend the Digital Energy Festival, considered the largest and most global digital energy meeting in Africa, since Africa Energy brings together under the same banner Forum, the Oil & Gas Council, the African Utility Week and Powergen Africa.
The event, organized by the Oil & Gas Council, will bring together experts in oil and gas, energy, manufacturing, trade and mining, whose lectures are aimed at energy professionals in Africa. Their reflections and contributions will keep them at the forefront of innovation, as the continent looks to the 5th Industrial Revolution.
The program of this virtual edition will include seminars, master classes, investment work groups and the digital market, the latter a space for networking that promotes business networks with the African energy community. In this context, the ZEC will announce its taxation as an added value for the sector, a single tax regime located in a European hub with a geostrategic position in the Mid-Atlantic.
In this context, the ZEC will announce its taxation as an added value for the sector, a single tax regime located in a European hub with a geostrategic position in the Mid-Atlantic.