The Africa Energy Indaba, adopted by the World Energy Council (WEC) as the African regional event of the WEC, receives global recognition as the foremost event for energy professionals from across the globe and is rapidly gaining momentum as the energy business forum in Africa.
Presented by the South African National Energy Association (SANEA) in association with the World Energy Council, the forum has achieved the highest level of endorsement and support and as such is without doubt the leading energy event in Africa.
Africa is a continent of contrasts. It has the fastest urbanising continent in the world, and must provide energy to meet the annual urban growth rate, which is twice as high as Asia and Latin America, while, as home to the poorest of the poor, it must find innovate energy solutions for 50% of the worlds impoverished. The fourth annual African Energy Indaba will be the forum and business networking opportunity for decision-makers and leading role-players planning and developing Africa’s energy future.
The Africa Energy Indaba 2012 will be held from 21 - 23 February 2012, at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. The conference continues to grow and has become the foremost forum for debating and exchanging solutions to Africa’s energy challenges and focuses on: African power suppliers; alternative and renewable energies; oil and gas; the legal and regulatory framework, and investment opportunities in African energy projects, to name a few. The exhibition has become a significant market-place for African and international stakeholders doing business in Africa’s energy sector.
|Attend Africa Energy Indaba 2012
and benefit from:
||Attend Africa Energy Indaba 2012 |
and you will meet:
|Networking amongst more than 300 senior level energy sector experts and decision-makers planning and developing the 21st century energy requirements for Africa.
Hearing from more than 50 expert speakers presenting the latest and best industry practice.
Visiting over 100 leading energy suppliers showcasing the latest technologies, equipment and services.
Reviewing policy and regulation, industry progress, and changing market trends.
• Government & Municipality Representatives
• African Utilities & African Ministers of Energy
• Project Developers/Consultants / Analysts
• Environmental Engineering
• Equipment & Technology Solutions
• Energy representatives from the continent
• Automotive & Transport
• Green energy experts
• Commodity Traders / agents & Brokers
• Associations & Press