Enlit Africa – the place where the African energy conversation turns into tangible action

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  • Enlit Africa returns to the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa from 21 – 23 May 2024, ready to turn the African energy conversation into tangible action.
  • From Kenya to Uganda to South Africa, attendees bring insights from across the continent to discussions that empower Africa.

Enlit Africa turns the African energy conversation into tangible action. It is time for countries across the continent to lead the narrative from within, ensuring decisions around the future of the continent are made by those who live on it. At the event, thought leaders and experts gather to discuss how Africa can catalyse a sustainable transition while forging new connections, gaining invaluable insights, and making a case for realistic change.

Decisions affecting the prosperity and future of Africa must be made in Africa. Image credit: Enlit Africa

“The African energy transition faces significant and legacy hurdles that impede radical transformation at speed, however, it is time to empower African countries to make their own choices around energy and their future,” says Chanelle Hingston, Event Director, Enlit Africa. “At this event, there are speakers, thinkers and decision-makers coming together to talk about the reality of Africa’s energy and water challenges. The goal is to create actionable insights that drive measurable change for the continent across two key priorities – water and power.”

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Register for your Delegate Ticket here and use our code GBA2O24 for your 10% discount: https://eu1.hubs.ly/H08hJWt0

Download the full Conference Programme here: https://eu1.hubs.ly/H08hJTh0

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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