André De Ruyter is a Keynote Speaker at Enlit Africa – You Can Still Register to Attend

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  • On 7- 9 June 2022, Enlit Africa 2022 will return to the CTICC in Cape Town with a world-class exhibition, showcasing the latest technology and services on offer in the sector.
  • Known for its compelling content and speakers, the organisers will not disappoint, with two keynotes and all of the content presented in speaking hubs on the expo floor.
  • Conference delegates will also be able to enjoy the networking and site visits that the event has popularised for over two decades.
  • Strict health and safety COVID-19 protocols will be observed.
  • You can still register to attend HERE 

For three days, attendees will immerse themselves in impactful discussions, with exclusive networking opportunities – live and online – for delegates and limited networking for visitors on the exhibition floor.

Download the full programme HERE

Speakers from the whole spectrum of the sector will put Africa’s energy transition into context, outline the challenges and opportunities it presents, and spotlight the innovative projects and technological solutions that will shape the way we generate, consume and trade energy.

Speakers include: André De Ruyter, GCE, Eskom; Mark Carrato, Power Africa Coordinator, Power Africa, United States; Mandy Rambharos, General Manager, Just Energy Transition Office, Eskom, South Africa; Thabang Audat, Chief Director: Planning, Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, South Africa; Toto Matshediso, Deputy Director: Strategic Partnership, Department of Science and Technology, South Africa; and Siggi Huegemann, Chairman, African Hydrogen Partnership, Mauritius.

View Full Speaker List HERE

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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