Along with multiple side events and numerous networking functions the event boasts a five track strategic conference with over 300 expert speakers.
The Power & Electricity World Africa 2019 will be running two Pre-Event Workshops on Monday 25th March.
Co-located with African Construction Expo, the 3rd annual African Smart Cities Summit, 11 June 2019 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, prepares African cities for the future.
Africa Energy Indaba to reveal how private sector participation in electricity distribution remains essential to accommodate the expanding needs of Africa.
The City of Cape Town has set a target of generating 20% of its electricity from renewable energy.
The mining sector continues to attract significant investments into Limpopo Province while agri-processing, tourism and energy are the other key sectors where new assets are being developed.
Opportunities available in this 35 ha greenfield project that enjoys good visibility, access to major arterial roads and passenger and goods rail from a central location within the city.
Manufacturing and downstream industries are being stimulated by foreign investment in a Special Economic Zone.
Special Economic Zone ideally situated in relation to the SADC, offering attractive incentives for investors.
Mon Trésor, the first urban development in Mauritius to obtain the Smart City Certificate, offers attractive incentives and investment opportunities.