The Power & Electricity World Africa (PEWA) event brings innovators, disrupters and change agents together to talk and engage in business pertaining to power and electricity.
It serves as a platform for thought leaders and disruptors to showcase their solutions to Africa’s power and energy buyer community.
This event focuses largely on a creative, organic and customer-focused approach to bring new innovations in the power industry. A number of other related trade shows will be run in conjunction with PEWA such as Energy Efficiency World, Water Show Africa, Transmission & Distribution World Africa, On-Site Power World Africa and Solar Show Africa.
Energy Efficiency World is an international platform for energy and power industries globally. It is the leading marketplace and ideas exchange platform for the energy efficiency market as well as for related industries.
The conference will cover areas such as providing energy efficiency solutions to all the stakeholders across all the relevant sectors from government, power producers, energy and water utilities to municipalities and oil service companies.
This year, the trade show will play host to about 3 500 delegates, with 100 companies exhibiting, including, diesel engine manufacturer Bergen Engines AS, transformer manufacturer Reliable Transformers, battery manufacturer Okaya Power Group, industry battery systems producer Hoppecke and generator manufacturer Cummins Generator Technologies.
The line-up of speakers includes energy research hub MIT Energy Initiative deputy director for science and technology Robert Stoner, plastic waste management company PK Clean CEO Priyanka Bakaya and trade organisation Heat is Power Association San Fransisco board member Matthew Scullin.
The Water Show Africa brings together the brightest and most innovative minds that are shaping the way energy is generated to meet growing demand across Africa.
The show will play host to about 20 000 participants and 500 exhibitors such as electronics specialist Steca Elektronik, commercial solar provider REC Solar EMEA, automation systems integrators AGE Technologies, solar photovoltaic modules manufacturer RenewSys and light metal products producer Schletter.
Its line-up includes speakers such as innovative product-development and commercialisation company Headboy Industries inventor Ludwick Marishane, nonprofit organisation Water and Sanitation Urban Poor MD Samuel Parker, international agency Water Research Commission water technologies demonstration programme manager Nirvashnee Seetal, equipment producer Trymax BV CEO Leo Meijer and Ugandan State company Water and Sewerage Corporation MD Silver Mugisha.
Transmission & Distribution World Africa is the perfect platform to exhibit attendees’ products, ideas and innovations to their target market. It creates a platform where leading solution providers can showcase a range of technologies aimed at helping transform and bring innovation to the African energy sector. It aims to bring together the entire energy sector in Africa to learn, be inspired and exchange ideas.
Companies which are exhibiting include thermal engineering solutions company IWC, solar panel manufacturers Yingli Green Energy, solar energy equipment supplier Sinetech Power Products and magnetic cores manufacturer and supplier Alloy Magnetic Cores.
The On-Site Power World Africa is Africa’s largest energy exhibition which creates a platform where leading solution providers can showcase a wide range of technologies aimed at helping to transform and introduce innovation to the African energy sector.
The event aims to bring together the entire energy sector in Africa to learn, be inspired and exchange ideas, with 8 000 participants – 350 of those being the show’s exhibitors.
The companies exhibiting include manufacturer Cummins Generator Technologies, design, production and installation company Mondragon Assembly S.Coop, solar energy equipment supplier Studer Innotec, power systems company Mastervolt, and manufacturer HellermannTyton.
Some of those expected to speak at the show include Nigerian State-owned company Nigerian bulk CEO Rumundaka Wonodi, infrastructure investment platform Africa50 fund CEO Neside Tas Anvaripour, engineering consultant Nuclear Africa CEO Kelvin Kemm, energy solutions company NRG Renew CEO Thomas Doyle and State-owned power utility Eskom generation executive Mongezi Ntsokolo.
The Solar Show Africa will be bringing together the brightest and most innovative minds that are shaping the way energy generation and meet the growing demand across Africa. It will also play host to many visitor attractions, bringing to life the learning from the conference and seminars through a series of thought-provoking installations and live interactive launches, showcases and interviews.
Companies exhibiting at the show include the National Energy Regulator of South Africa, mechanical engineering company Lizard Manufacturing, measuring instruments supplier Test Instruments Africa, thin film solar module manufacturer First Solar and engineering consultants Harmonious Technical.