Over 6, 000 Participants Expected at Power & Electricity World Forum in Johannesburg

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By Chibisi Ohakah, Abuja

Organizers of the Power and Electricity World Forum have announced that the event will be hosted in Johannesburg, South Africa on August 23 and 24, 2022.

In a statement issued yesterday, they said at least 6,000 participants from 40 countries are expected to attend this 25th edition, which will focus on energy and environmental protection.

Power & Electricity World Africa will be held in the Sandton Convention Centre on August 23 and 24, 2022 Johannesburg, South Africa.

“For its 25th edition, the forum will serve as an exhibition platform for new South African and international companies operating in the energy and environmental protection sectors,” the statement said.

The event will bring together 6,000 participants from 40 countries around innovation and investment in the energy sector. The 200 exhibitors include utilities, independent power producers (IPPs), large energy users and innovative solution providers such as start-ups.

During this meeting, renewable energy, energy transition and efficiency, off-grid, and solar installation will be discussed.

“Power & Electricity World Africa aims to accelerate sustainable energy on the continent through the promotion of low carbon innovations and renewable energy solutions,” the organizers said.

In its 25 years of existence, the event organized by Solar Show Africa has contributed to the financial closure of 122 projects totaling 10,000 MW on the African continent.

Power & Electricity World Africa is the largest and longest running power and electricity conference and exhibition in Africa – the meeting place of Africa’s energy sector.

Entering its 22nd year, the organizers said “we are proud to welcome back over 40 African countries for the 2019 edition of the event.”

The conference has continued to be the largest of its kind in Africa, hosting utilities, large energy users, government, regulators and municipalities.

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