The Africa Energy Indaba exhibition provides you with an excellent opportunity to showcase your products and services to decision makers and influencers from the power & electricity industry in the region and Africa.
The Africa Energy Indaba is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) to grow and develop the African Energy Sector with the SAEEC Member Companies.
The role of digitisation within the African energy sector is growing rapidly and will result in demand for innovation, adaptation to new market technologies as well as the development of a new skill set within companies.
The City of Ekurhuleni invites all stakeholders to join hands in taking the City to new heights.
A new identity for the City of Ekurhuleni is being forged out of the towns and urban nodes surrounding Africa’s biggest and busiest airport.
The manufacturing sector provides a locus for stimulating the growth of other activities, such as services, and achieving specific outcomes, such as employment creation and economic empowerment.
These developments are springing up partly as a reaction to new trends in transport and partly in response to the concept of corridor development being pursued by the City of Johannesburg and the Provincial Government of Gauteng.
The Aerotropolis will generate an environment conducive to growing existing development and investment, as well as creating numerous new investment opportunities for a wide range of investors.
The attractive environment for business created by the Ekurhuleni Aerotropolis project could result in an estimated 581 000 jobs.
The 5th Independent Power Producers and Power Purchase Agreements Conference (IPP & PPA Conference) will take place alongside the annual Africa Energy Indaba conference in Johannesburg, 22 February 2018.