The Solar Show Africa is Africa’s Biggest Solar Exhibition

The Solar Show Africa is Africa’s largest solar exhibition. The show welcomes over 8000 attendees from all over Africa and the rest of the world. It is co-located with Power & Electricity World Africa, and one of Africa’s largest and longest running power and energy events. The show will takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg South Africa on the 26th to 27th March 2019.

The Solar Show Africa will play 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 exhibition floor.

The big buzz at the Solar Africa Show will be ‘energy storage systems’ now that the battery technology options have become cost effective. Exhibitors will also include solar module (panels) and inverter manufacturers plus EPC contractors, developers and consulting engineers. Suppliers of cable and combiner boxes, measurement and control systems plus metering and billing systems will also be on show. Service providers included financiers, law firms and consulting engineers.

Entry to the Solar Show Africa exhibition free. All you have to do is register for your free pass.

REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE PASS HERE   

Author: GBA News Desk

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