Delegates attending our pan-African conference programme are guaranteed to receive information on the latest technical, strategic and financial issues drafted with the expertise of industry specialists. DOWNLOAD BROCHURE»
Experience an exclusive tour into the workings of Africa’s only Nuclear Power Plant to areas such as intake basin, turbine hall and low level waste unit which are usually restricted from public access. Registration deadline: 24 March
Attend the awards ceremony to celebrate Africa’s triumphs and successes from 2013 with a champagne reception, 3 course meal and an evening of entertainment with 500 senior executives from Africa’s utility industry.
Meet your CPD requirements and qualify for up to 2 CPD points for the exhibition workshops and up to 4 CPD points if you attend the conference to improve your continuous professional development and progress your career.
NETWORK WITH YOUR PEERS
Wind down after a long and fruitful business day and join your fellow colleagues on the exhibition floor for a FREE network reception
The 7th annual Clean Power Africa, co-located with the 14th annual African Utility Week, facilitates knowledge exchange at the highest level in order to inspire you and your colleagues to improve your organisation’s infrastructure, optimise your processes and increase your productivity, thereby contributing towards the economic growth in your region. Download the Programme Brochure now »
9 out of the 15 priority energy projects which need to be implemented between 2012 and 2020 across Africa will be hydroelectricity generation developments. Total value of projects: US$40.5 billion. Read more...
Clean Power Africa boasts a word class 3-track conference programme on hydro, wind and solar power. Check out this page for more information on speakers, advisory board, CEO Forum, CPD accreditation and conference proceeding. Click here for the programme overview..
Energy storage - a key challenge for the solar industry
Professor Frank Dinter explains how Concentrating Solar Power with Thermal Energy Storage allows electricity to be produced at night or under cloudy conditions, and Andrew Jones shares S&C Electric’s global experience of storage projects and the future of storage technologies.
African Utility Week will bring you short news and commentary on what is said regarding the state of infrastructure in South Africa and the plans for improvement. You can find it all at AUW Election Watch. Read more...
Eskom interview: “Eskom has withstood the extreme weather events of summer far better than other utilities around the globe” - Andrew Etzinger, Eskom spokesperson. The national utility has been a long-time supporter of Clean Power Africa and recently signed a five-year host utility agreement.Read more...