The 14th annual African Utility Week held on 13th and 14th May at the Cape Town International Convention Centre boasts a world class conference combined with the largest showcase of technology solutions and equipment for the water and energy sector in Africa.
Africa Utility Week is a market leading exhibition and the first port of call for decision makers from IPPs, governments, utilities, large power users, consultants, regulators and contractors to source the latest solutions or to meet suppliers and new clients.
Participating will allow you to make essential contacts within the African energy and water industry. If challenges around energy generation, T&D, clean technology, metering, reliability, finance, energy efficiency or water supply are keeping you awake at night, this will be the right place to find appropriate solutions and help you optimise your organisation’s capabilities and providing you with the necessary skills and knowledge. African Utility Week has been established as the number one power conference and exhibition in Africa, after fourteen years of close collaboration with the African water and energy sector,.
Best practices and case studies from over 250 suppliers across the world, so you will find someone with the answer to your questions. A world class conference agenda and new exhibition opening times double the engagement time between exhibitors and delegates. There is now a more engaging presentation floor with product demonstrations, cocktail functions, workshops, meeting lounges and complimentary refreshments that will create more business opportunities. African Utility Week is boasting the highest representation of any African utility event, with 28 out of 54 African countries attending in 2013.
Companies with an interest in Africa’s water and power industry cannot afford to miss this exhibition. Ministries of Water and Energy Affairs and the South African utility Eskom as well as local municipalities such as the City of Cape Town and Johannesburg’s City Power have been main event partners for many years. Large African utilities such as Tanesco, SNEL, KenGen, Senelec, TCN, UEGCL, ZESCO, NamPower and many more are regular visitors. Hands-on workshops, plenty networking opportunities, supplier demonstrations and cocktail functions will make this an unforgettable event.
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