Enlit Africa Call for Papers: Submit Your Proposal by 5 November 2022

  • The organisers and advisory board of Enlit Africa 2023 invite you to submit your proposal in the industry-wide call for papers. 
  • Due to industry demand our final call for papers deadline has been extended to 5 November 2022. 

Enlit Africa hosts Africa’s entire power & energy industry in this premier conference and exhibition space. As a  leading platform with over 5000 delegates in attendance, the premier event gathers Africa’s energy community for three days to meet and inspire each other in Cape Town from 16 – 18 May 2023. Enlit Africa includes live and digital events, exhibitions, and exclusive one-on-one interviews with leaders in the energy sector.

We are especially interested in:

  • Presentations by utility, government and municipal staff;
  • Leading-edge information and emerging trends across the entirety of the power     sector in power generation, transmission, distribution and related disciplines;
  • Practical strategies for improvement and innovative, non-traditional approaches to grid management; and
  • How to’ best practices and case studies, including tangible implementation tools 

Enlit Africa will focus on 4 conference themes, each linked to the management and operation of the power sector:

Track 1:
Strategic management, finance and investment
Track 2: Smart energy, transmission and distribution and beyond
Track 3: Energy storage and alternative solutions
Track 4: Generation

Download your form for submissions by clicking here: DOWNLOAD FORM

Once you are done please submit your proposal to Claire Volkwyn the head of content: claire.volkwyn@wearevuka.com

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