Register for a Free Pass To Attend Power & Electricity World Africa 2019

  • Power & Electricity World Africa 2019 is one of Africa’s biggest energy conventions.
  • The show plays host to many visitor attractions, bringing to life the learning from the conference and seminars through a series of thought-provoking installations and live interactive launches, showcases and interviews, located within the multiple exhibition floors.
  • It is happening on the 26th and 27th March 2019, from 10am – 5pm at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.       

The show incorporates African Women in Energy and Power as a side line event. This seminar is designed to highlight the opportunities for women in the energy industry.

The show also incorporates The Solar Show Africa 2019. Get the latest technology updates and meet the suppliers of solar panels, inverters, transformers, cabling, combiner boxes and so much more. Attendance to this Solar Show Africa exhibition is free. Register here for your FREE PASS

Meet world renowned companies who are driving the future of energy, ranging from multinational corporations to emerging start-ups. Source the latest solutions from Nyamezela, Steinmüller, Landis+Gyr, Jinko Solar, Canadian Solar, Aksa Power Generation and many, many more!

Forge connections with the most influential people in the African energy industry. You can also pre-arrange meetings through the networking app – download the Terrapinn Events App from your app store. Once you are registered, you will receive your login credentials to access the app.

You can register now for your FREE PASS: Click here

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