Register For a Free Pass to Attend African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa Exhibition

  • Register for a free pass at The African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa which takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on 14-16 May 2019.
  • The Mother City is set to welcome back 10 000+ energy and water professionals Africa’s premier exhibition and conference.

The African Utility Week conference has a longstanding reputation of producing innovative, topical and high-level content, discussion and engagement” says event director Evan Schiff, adding: “the 19th edition of the event from 14-16 May in Cape Town this year will, once again, not disappoint.”

The new co-location of POWERGEN Africa in 2019 will add an expanded focus on generation, including renewables, off grid, fossil fuels and nuclear, while still concentrating on transmission, distribution, metering, new technologies including storage, mini grids, micro grids, IOT and ICT systems, as well as water.

There is something for everyone at the exhibition. Along with multiple side events and numerous networking functions the event boasts a five track strategic conference with over 300 expert speakers.

An extensive Knowledge Hub programme that is CPD accredited is also free to attend. It offers hands-on presentations taking place in defined spaces on the exhibition floor. These discuss practical, day-to-day technical topics, best practices and product solutions that businesses, large power users and utilities can implement in their daily operations.

Register for your FREE PASS HERE

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