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Africa's largest energy expo celebrates its 21st anniversary this year. Picture: SUPPLIED
Africa's largest energy expo celebrates its 21st anniversary this year. Picture: SUPPLIED

Celebrating its 21st anniversary this year, Power & Electricity World Africa runs concurrently with The Water Show and Energy Efficiency World Africa, and The Solar Show Africa from March 27 to 28 at the Sandton Convention Centre.

The show, which welcomes thousands of executives and business leaders from across Africa, spans three halls and thousands of square metres.

Africa’s largest and longest-running power and electricity show has helped shape the African energy market through sharing knowledge, educating the market and facilitating influential meetings.

Its mission is to be a forum where industry professionals can learn how to develop sustainable, clean and bankable world-class energy-generation projects throughout the African continent.

The Eskom-endorsed event provides access to decision makers and buyers from more than 500 African energy utilities and independent power producers.

Power & Electricity World Africa is an amazing opportunity to discover the latest power and electricity technologies and innovations, interact with products first hand and learn how the energy sector is changing in Africa.

The two-day show gives you free access to:

Free technical seminars
Visit the six dedicated seminar theatres where you can learn from industry trailblazers about the latest products that can help you achieve your business goals. The six theatres are divided thematically into clean technology and energy storage; the large energy forum; power generation; transmission and distribution; solar; and water.

Power & Electricity World Africa is your chance to network with hundreds of energy professionals. Picture: SUPPLIED
Power & Electricity World Africa is your chance to network with hundreds of energy professionals. Picture: SUPPLIED

A showcase of the most innovative solutions
A three-floor exhibition featuring partners such as Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Africa, Siemens, Bilfinger, Aksa and Engen will showcase hundreds of the latest products in the power and electricity sector.

Product showcases
Hear about the latest products from exhibitors and see the latest innovations and live demos.

Networking opportunities
With business matching an integral element of the expo, this is your opportunity to meet hundreds of energy professionals and increase your networking potential and sales leads.

Twenty-one years later, this is still the best space for buyers to find solutions to their challenges, and you will leave with new ideas and contacts.

Power & Electricity World Africa continues to be the meeting place for buyers, sellers and their partners to do the deals that drive Africa’s energy sector.

For registration information, visit www.terrapinn.com/powerafrica.

Note: You will need to sign up for the free expo pass to access the expo hall.

This article was paid for by Terrapinn.

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