Over 8000 To Attend Africa’s Most Important Energy Innovation Event
By Precious John
Africa’s most important energy event returns for its 23rd edition, via a new and engaging online platform. Coming to people’s screens on 4 – 6 November, Power & Electricity World Africa will be a three-day virtual exhibition and conference, bringing together over 8000 African utilities, IPPs, government leaders, large energy users and innovators – all onto one platform.
“Our mission is to maintain this forum as the industry meeting place where professionals come to see the latest energy disruptions and tech, learn how to deliver bankable, sustainable, clean generation projects as well as the newest storage, battery and solar solutions that are transforming how we supply energy in Africa,” say the organisers.
This year’s event will see 8,000 attendees, 250 speakers, 300 sponsors and exhibitors from across the energy value chain. Join in for 3 packed days of panel debates, roundtable discussions, keynote presentations, tech showcases, unlimited networking and so much more.
“One of the largest energy gatherings in Africa. Such a rich conference programme and quality participants” offers Former Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, Morocco, Adil Diani.
The conference will focus on global trends and practical innovative energy applications as well as how market players can capitalise on business opportunities across the continent. The premium content will span 7 channels: Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Finance & Investment, Solar, Storage, Renewables and Women In Energy. Explore the agenda.
Attendees can expect keynote presentations delivered by Founder and President, Energy Generation; Astria Fataki, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Labacorp Power Company; Bako Ambianda, Chief Operating Officer, Nuru; Baraka Kasali, Founder, Pele Green Energy; Fumani Mthembi, Senior Advisor To Director-General, World Nuclear Association; , Philippe Costes, Chief Executive Officer, Global Blockchain Business Council; Sandra Ro and Chief Executive Officer, Oxygen Energy Zimbabwe, Simbarashe Mhuriro.