Nairobi, Kenya, January 20, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The 6th edition of East Africa’s largest and most successful power and energy event, POWER & ENERGY Africa 2017 will have a truly global flavour with exhibitors from over 22 countries already signed up. Over 150 companies from countries such as Germany, Ireland, China, Russia, India, Belgium and Turkey will be participating at the event, showcasing the very latest from the industry, all under one roof.
POWER & ENERGY Africa, organised by Expogroup Worldwide celebrating its 20th anniversary in the trade show industry, will be held from the 11th to 13th April, 2017 at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) in Nairobi.
The event will also see a huge regional representation with leading energy firms from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia and other East African countries exhibiting and interacting with their international counterparts on the latest trends and developments in the power and energy sector.
Massive country specific pavilions will be another feature of POWER & ENERGY Africa, with over 50 companies registered as part of the China pavilion and more than 30 firms making up the Turkey pavilion. These pavilions will provide trade visitors with the opportunity to witness first hand products and technologies being implemented in the respective countries including advancements in power transmission & distribution equipments, switch gears, transformers, generators, energy meters and supporting cables, components and accessories.
With the global focus shifting towards renewable energy, Africa has become a hot bed for sustainable energy systems looking to tap the staggering potential available on the continent for clean, green energy. With this shifting focus in mind, POWER & ENERGY Africa will be co located with SOLAR AFRICA - East Africa’s exclusive expo for all things solar.
“We received an overwhelming response from the solar industry that prompted us to launch SOLAR AFRICA four years ago. The event has been growing ever since and this year’s event promises to be bigger than ever!” says Max Lewis, Director of Sales, Expogroup. SOLAR AFRICA will have exhibitors from Germany, UAE, India, Sri Lanka and China among others, displaying innovative off grid solar solutions to Africa’s growing power needs.
POWER & ENERGY Africa will have prominent industry experts, stakeholders and decision makers in attendance along with new product launches and added features, making it an ideal event to source new products, network and usher in new contacts and business opportunities.
Products on display at POWER & ENERGY Africa will include steel lattice towers, supports and lighting poles from CEPAS GONVARRI GROUP (Turkey), diesel generators from RICH MOTOR COMPANY (UAE), high performance thermal imaging systems from SATIR EUROPE (Ireland) & FLIR SYSTEMS (Belgium), battery distributors and PV combiner boxes from HENSEL ELECTRIC (UAE), latest solar modules and inverters from BAYWA R. E. RENEWABLE ENERGY (Germany) and UPS, energy storage systems and load break/transfer switches from SOCOMEC (France).
To be a part of POWER & ENERGY Africa 2017 please visit: http://www.expogr.com/kenyaenergy/