Africa’s Premier Energy Conference: Enlit Africa Now in Digital Format 8-10 June 2021

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  • Enlit Africa, formerly African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa, is pleased to confirm and announce new dates for the 2021 event as 8-10 June 2021, now in digital format.
  • The live discussions, expert speakers, networking and product showcases you have come to expect from Clarion Events Africa, however, will remain unchanged. 

Enlit Africa, formerly African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa was originally scheduled to take place live from the 11-13 May and the next live edition of the conference and exhibition has been scheduled to 7 – 9 June 2022, Cape Town International Convention Centre. 

With our very successful and innovative transition from live events to digital conferencing and networking, we have seen high levels of attendees and engagement through our digital platform, Enlit Africa-Connect. This supports our efforts to continue building a strong community of Africa’s power, energy and water industry professionals despite the current challenges of attending in person events. 

As Africa’s power, energy and water industry’s partner of choice, Enlit Africa will continue to contribute to the sector, providing a platform to connect stakeholders and facilitating profitable relationships throughout the year by offering an exciting line-up of content, round-table discussions and networking.

If you are interested in Enlit Africa and would like to find out more about the event itself and opportunities available to you, please click HERE



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