24-25 August 2021 | Virtual Event
29-30 March 2022 | In-Person Event
The Online Show
24-25 August 2021
On-demand content from the biggest names in energy will be available before and after the show. You’ll also be able to network with all attendees.
The In-Person Show
29-30 March 2022
Featuring 100s of speakers and exceptional exhibitors. You’ll be able to meet and do business with thousands of attendees.
Built on 25 years of history, Power & Electricity World Africa is about Innovation, investment and infrastructure – Energy for the people.
It is about the big ideas, new technologies and market disruptions that are enabling this energy transition and bringing conventional generation, transmission, distribution and onsite energy into the lower-carbon clean energy future.
Our event is a multi-branded vibrant exhibition, intentionally designed to seamlessly represents the convergence between conventional generation, lower-carbon innovations and renewable energy solutions.
Power & Electricity World Africa, co-located with The Solar Show Africa is the definitive event that brings all these elements together, under one roof - new technology, efficiency, new thinking, and best practice in the industry.
For 25 years, Power & Electricity World Africa has been the meeting place for the brightest and most innovative minds from utilities, IPPs, government, large energy users, innovative solution providers and more, from across Africa and the globe.
We understand the value of a live event comes from the quality of networking opportunities. To facilitate this, we have a dedicated networking lounge, guest buyer program and networking app.
Year on year, the exhibition and conference provides our partners with access to hundreds of energy related decision makers, who traditionally are difficult to reach.
This is why every aspect of our event has been engineered to drive innovation, excellence and collaboration.
Partner with Power and Electricity World Africa and see how key market players are capitalising on business opportunities across the continent.