Do you want to access the BOOMING energy sector in Africa?

  • The Africa Energy Indaba 2024 edition will take place 5 – 7 March at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa.
  • The 2024 theme is ‘ Accessing the African Opportunity ’. 
  • The premier energy event brings together energy sector IPP’s, EPC’s, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers, investors, developers and operators from around the world to discuss the latest trends & innovations, developments and provide the potential to meet new customers. 

Selling to the energy sector can be a strategic move for manufacturers seeking growth and sustainability. The energy sector’s constant need for cutting-edge technology, efficient machinery, and reliable components provides a lucrative market.

By tapping into this industry, manufacturers can benefit from long-term contracts, stable demand, and opportunities for innovation. Additionally, contributing to the energy sector aligns with global efforts towards sustainability, positioning manufacturers as key players in shaping a cleaner and more efficient future.

Africa’s demand for power is projected to surge over the coming decades, more than 2x by 2030 and 8x by 2050. This growth will be driven primarily by industrialisation as African countries push to electrify and grow their economies while decarbonizing in line with the global energy transition.

Take the opportunity and exhibit at the upcoming Africa Energy Indaba and meet the Who’s Who of the African Energy Sector and find a new market to sell to.

Do not miss the opportunity!


Website: africaenergyindaba.com / Enquiries:info@energyindaba.co.za

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