Enlit Africa, where major decisions on Africa’s energy and water sectors are made

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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.
  • The premier energy event brings together professionals across Africa’s power, energy & water sectors to address key challenges like enhancing access and sustainability.

South Africa’s Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, Mr Gwede Mantashe. Image credit: Enlit Africa

Discover the power of Enlit Africa 2024, where industry leaders converge to drive sustainable change in Africa’s power, energy, and water sectors. Join HE Gwede Mantashe, Dr Nobuhle Pamela Nkabane, Dan Marokane, and Calib Cassim as they share insights and strategies to propel Africa forward.

  • Engage with 180+ expert speakers on South Africa’s IRP trajectory
  • Explore energy transition insights from 250+ exhibitors
  • Discuss Africa’s future gas landscape
  • Collaborate on project analysis and innovation with 82+ utilities and municipalities

Be part of the transformation and unite with the action-driven community. Explore solution-focused exhibits, network with current and future business partners, and ignite change at Enlit Africa 2024!

“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” says Chanelle Hingston, Event Director, Enlit Africa.


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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