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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Access new energy projects in Africa


It is that time of the year again when Africa’s power and electricity sector come together to discuss issues pertinent to the sector – it’s time for Power and Electricity World Africa 2013. 



Created after months of careful research with our community, our agenda has been designed to address only the most pressing and important issues that you are currently facing. There is something for everyone at Power and Electricity World Africa 2013. Learn more >
Here’s 10 reasons you should attend:
1 Learn about upcoming power projects in Africa
2 Learn how to recoup production costs by generating your own energy
3 Learn how to promote generation opportunities that underpin growth
4 Learn how to use energy trading to develop a continental electricity market
5 Discover how to attract investment and grow your infrastructure
6 Debate how regional integration can meet growing power demands
7 Learn from and meet with CEOs from major African power utilities
8 Enjoy four topical conference tracks with separate agenda
9 Save time by meeting with over 4500 industry professionals all in one place
10 Learn how to capitalise on gas opportunities in Africa

Registering before 18th January will save you R4900.
register today and quote NL1 for the best price

Power & Electricity World Africa is Africa's largest and most holistic power and energy business event: an exhibition, series of seminars, and strategic conference. But the show is much more than this. It is a place where innovation and expertise is showcased, solutions are found and learning is done.

Hear from big keynote speakers including:
Hon. Elizabeth Dipuo Peters, Minister, Department of Energy, South Africa on Driving the African energy agenda Dr Nnaemeka Ewelukwa, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc on Incentivising power generation – reaping the benefits of working with NBET
Hon. Alemayehu Tegenu, Minister, Ministry of Water and Energy, Ethiopia on Identifying high performance energy investments in East Africa.
Africa's energy industry is taking off. Be part of it and register today >
Looking forward to meeting you.
Samkelwa Madlabane
samkelwa.madlabane@terrapinn.com
Tel: +27 011 516 4069

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