Thank you to everyone who participated in and attended Enlit Africa 2023

Thank you 


It was wonderful to see you all again and to make new connections during the event. We hope you enjoyed the opportunity to access best-in-class content brought to you by exceptional speakers as they explored Africa’s just energy transition through our interactive, curated programme.

Our four keynote sessions unpacked the current state of South Africa’s power sector and understanding the outlook for the next 18 months. We also explored the greater energy transition in Africa, asking how we will fulfil the skills requirement and investment needs across the continent. We were joined by a host of brilliant speakers to address these points.

As the energy transition progresses, we are seeing more of a focus on the role of battery energy storage and renewable energy across industry and civil society. No longer is energy provision only for the traditional utility company. The multi-dimensional, multi-sectoral scope of the power and energy sector is just one of the many outcomes from the energy transition.

The event touched on related issues such as the role of gas in Africa, opportunities for municipalities to partner with private energy suppliers and how we move forward as a country and a continent to supply clean, affordable, and reliable power to all the people of Africa. None of this has been possible without the trust of our key partners and sponsors who have been supporting the event for years.

A very special thank you also to our Advisory Board, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, media partners and all those that made this event possible. We would like to thank the City of Cape Town for their support during the event. We look forward to continuing these discussions with you and other stakeholders in May 2024 — once again at the CTICC in Cape Town.F

Link to the full post event report HERE:  Enlit Africa POST EVENT REPORT 2023

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