Where the people of Africa gather to action energy plans

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  • Enlit Africa 2024, taking place in National Energy Month, goes beyond discussion and aims to deliver concrete plans for a sustainable energy and water transition in Africa. 
  • Taking place at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa from 21 – 23 May, this year’s theme is Less Talk, More Action: Catalysing the Transition and focusses on driving action from the Pan-African energy conversation to ensure every country on the continent benefits from a sustainable energy and water transition relevant to local conditions.

Enlit Africa turns the African energy conversation into tangible action. It is time for countries across the continent to lead the narrative from within, ensuring decisions around the future of the continent are made by those who live on it. At the event, thought leaders and experts gather to discuss how Africa can catalyse a sustainable transition while forging new connections, gaining invaluable insights, and making a case for realistic change.

The event brings together prominent decision-makers, thought leaders, and industry experts to discuss critical topics like financing and gas-to-power solutions. Some of the key names at the event include Geordin Hill-Lewis, Executive Mayor, City of Cape Town, Barry MacCall, Electric Power Institute (EPRI) and Sabine Dal’Omo, CEO of Siemens South Africa; also, representatives from Eskom, GE, Actom, the DMRE, SAPVIA and Western Cape Government, to name just a few.

Do not miss it! 

Register for your Delegate Ticket here and use our code GBA2O24 for your 10% discount: https://eu1.hubs.ly/H08hJWt0

Download the full Conference Programme here: https://eu1.hubs.ly/H08hJTh0

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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