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  • Enlit Africa returns to Cape Town as a live conference and exhibition from 7–9 June this year, focusing on the current opportunities and challenges in the energy sector – from self-generation for municipalities, to gas exploitation and renewable and energy storage solutions for the commercial and industrial sectors.
  • Delegate registration is now open with a 10% discount special offer.
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Formerly known around the continent as African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa, Enlit Africa has been connecting the utility industry on the continent for more than two decades.

“People in the industry are eager to get together, to engage; from utilities and municipalities to independent power producers, project developers and technology and service providers,” says Enlit Africa content director Claire Volkwyn. “Furthermore, there are some really exciting things happening in the sector right now, so we look forward to bringing the role players together under the same roof again to discuss their challenges and celebrate their successes.”

Enlit Africa gathers the power and energy industry’s most influential professionals and decision makers from across the continent for three days of relevant, accredited technical and strategic conference seminars, valuable networking opportunities and access to world-class products and solutions.

Enlit Africa is organised by The Vuka Group (formerly Clarion Events Africa), a leading Cape Town-based and multi-award-winning organiser of exhibitions, conferences and digital events across the continent in the infrastructure, energy, mining, mobility, ecommerce and CX sectors. Other well-known events by The Vuka Group include DRC Mining Week, Africa Mining Forum, Nigeria Mining Week, Smarter Mobility Africa, ECOM and CEM Africa.

Register to attend HERE and enjoy your 10% discount!

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