Africa Energy Indaba 2024 will feature a Energy Start-up Pavilion – be part of it

  • The African Energy Indaba is a premier energy event on the African calendar.
  • The 2024 edition will take place 5 – 7 March at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa. 
  • The 2024 edition of the Africa Energy Indaba will launch and host an Energy Start-up Pavilion, which is set to be a dynamic showcase of innovation, providing a much-needed platform for energy start-ups poised to revolutionise the industry.

What to Expect at the Energy Start-up Pavilion:

Innovative Solutions: Explore a diverse array of ground-breaking solutions addressing key challenges in the energy sector. From renewable technologies to battery and energy efficiency innovations, the Energy Start-up Pavilion is a hub of creativity and ingenuity.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with visionary entrepreneurs, industry disruptors, and like-minded professionals passionate about driving positive change in the energy landscape. Forge valuable connections that could shape the future of your business or project.

Investment Potential: Investors seeking to be at the forefront of Africa’s energy revolution will find the Energy Start-up Pavilion a unique opportunity to discover promising ventures. Witness the birth of strategic partnerships that will drive the growth of these emerging energy pioneers.

How You Can Engage:

  • Visit the Pavilion: Immerse yourself in the world of innovation by exploring the Energy Start-up Pavilion. Witness the future of energy unfolding before your eyes.
  • Networking Events: Attend dedicated networking events within the Pavilion to engage with start-up founders, industry experts, and potential collaborators.
  • Panel Discussions: Gain insights from thought leaders during panel discussions focused on the role of start-ups in shaping the future of Africa’s energy sector.

Email Liz Hart: liz@energyindaba.co.za

 

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