Solutions for Africa’s energy crisis more likely to be renewable Submission Details
About Energy Revolution Africa and African Utility Week
Over the last 16 years, African Utility Week has been recognised for being the most comprehensive exhibition and conference for power and water utilities in Africa through exploring business opportunities and sharing knowledge about Africa’s power and water sector planning, technology and engineering.
New for 2017, the co-located Energy Revolution Africa explores the transitioning energy landscape in Africa. With a focus on small scale and off-grid projects, Energy Revolution Africa provides a unique platform for solution providers to meet with the developers and end customers in the transitioning energy landscape in Africa.
African Utility Week 2017 and Energy Revolution Africa will take place from 16 to 18 May 2017 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).
African Utility Week and Energy Revolution Africa are organised by Spintelligent, leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and the South African office of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the UK. Other flagship events in Spintelligent’s power portfolio are Future Energy East Africa, Future Energy Uganda, Future Energy Nigeria, Future Energy Central Africa and Future Energy Rwanda.
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Issued by MANGO-OMC on behalf of Energy Revolution Africa 2017, co-located at African Utility Week.
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