Register Now for the Enlit Africa Digital Event Happening Next Week 26-28 October 2021

 

Eskom’s group chief executive, André de Ruyter. Credit: Eskom

The organisers of Enlit Africa have confirmed that Eskom Group Chief Executive André de Ruyter will once again be part of the opening session of the event on Tuesday morning, 26 October 2021.

  • Register now for the Enlit Africa Digital Event Happening Next Week – 26-28 October 2021. 
  • You’re invited to join us for our exciting line-up of CPD accredited sessions, roundtables, product and solutions showcases as well as AI-powered matchmaking.

Discover all you need to know about turning strategy into implementation at THE African power and energy event of the industry!

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Still need convincing? There is something for everyone! Here’s a snapshot of what you can look forward to….
Opening Keynote: On the road to COP26 To LNG or not: Is that the question? Is there an oversupply of funding and an undersupply of projects?
Cybersecurity considerations for the energy sector across Africa Training: Design principles of utility-connected PV systems Roundtable: Heading to COP26
Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Municipal energy resilience in South Africa Digital equity: Ensuring that digital advances are equitable and just Initiate! Young Talent Challenge: Innovation and the role of Africa's youth in rolling out green energy
SADC Future of e-mobility: EVs as enablers of a new energy paradigm Howden compressors and turbines Howden: KK&K Steam Turbines
Thursday, 28 October 2021
Water: Plugging the revenue leak Waste not, want not: Re-use, recycle and reclaim your wastewater SABIA National Biogas Conference 2021 - 3rd Event
..and that’s not all! Keep scrolling for more on AI-powered networking and world-class products and solutions…

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