Africa’s Largest Power & Electricity Show Offers Free Projects eBook

  • The Power and Electricity World Africa show is offering a free Projects eBook.
  • The highly informative eBook lists current and future project information happening on the African continent.
  • Register and get the early bird guide to project related opportunities.

Africa’s largest Energy Conference and Exhibition, the Power and Electricity World Africa show will be held on the  26-27 March 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. Leading up to the event, the organisers are offering a free Projects eBook that is designed to give current and future project-specific information across Africa, as well as insights into a continent that has an abundance of opportunities.

With strong correlations between electric capacity and economic development, access to reliable and cost-effective power is crucial in enabling African states to harness the productive capabilities of their people and obtain meaningful growth.

The Projects eBook will help you gain insightful information on power and electricity projects that are planned or currently underway in Africa and how you can get involved in developing a world class energy system on the continent. Download the 2018 projects eBook for free here

If you are interested in showcasing your innovative solutions and increasing your share of the African market, download the exhibitor brochure for all the details. With over 8000 energy professionals and key buyers from over 40 African Countries, Power and Electricity World Africa  offers the best networking opportunity in the energy sector on the continent.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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