Enlit Africa 2024 a roaring success

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Video: Enlit Africa: 21 May 2024 – the keynote address session revealed insights into Africa’s and South Africa’s energy transition

  • Enlit Africa 2024 stands out as one of our favourite and best shows to date. 
  • Thousands attended the event last week which took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from May 21 to 23.
  • The event brings together prominent decision-makers, thought leaders and industry experts in Africa’s energy and water sectors. 

Enlit Africa creates a space for companies to collaborate, taking control of the energy security conversation and redefining its potential in Africa. Image credit: Enlit Africa

The three days were nothing short of exceptional, with thousands of attendees immersing themselves in insightful conference sessions and engaging with innovative product showcases on our vibrant exhibition floor.

The organising team at Enlit Africa extend their heartfelt thanks to every one who attended making it the biggest and best Enlit Africa to date. “Your participation and enthusiasm have been instrumental in the phenomenal success of this event,” they said.

“As we look ahead, we are already excited about Enlit Africa 2025. We promise an even bigger and better instalment of Africa’s largest power, energy, and water conference and exhibition. We look forward to welcoming you next year to continue our journey together towards Becoming Enlit!, ” they concluded.

Join Enlit Africa 2025 at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa for an unforgettable experience filled with innovation, inspiration and networking! Be part of the energy revolution — pre-register your place today: https://eu1.hubs.ly/H09jg6W0

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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