A big thank you to all our 2014 attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and partners. Your support makes this event a success and the leading power and water utility event on the continent.
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Chronic power shortages affect about half of the countries in Africa with only 25% electrification and an estimated 300 million people in sub-Saharan Africa do not have access to water and sanitation. Progress is slow.
The latest Frost & Sullivan market insight focuses on the Africa utility space and is based on industry insights gathered and analysed at African Utility Week. For more information, download the full report for free.
Get access to the 2014 conference and workshop proceedings for the latest industry insights, knowledge and case studies. All presentations can be downloaded online on www.esi-africa.com, your online portal to Africa's power sector news.
The Industry Awards Gala Dinner is the night we celebrate the significant achievements by individuals and companies who are responsible for pioneering new frontiers, pushing boundaries, inspiring others and achieving growth in turbulent and challenging markets over the last year within the African power and water utilities sector.
Don't hesitate and submit your nomination for the yearly African Utlity Week Industry Awards.
The deadline for our early bird discount is 31 January 2015. In order to take advantage of this opportunity, register today and book your place.
Have you watched the 2014 official event video yet? See if you can spot yourself in it or if you've never attended African Utility Week or Clean Power Africa before, get a feel for what it's all about.
Latest event news:
Platinum sponsor interview: “Africa has the resources and power needs to demonstrate that renewable energy doesn't need to be subsidized anymore” - Matteo Brambilla, director Building Energy, platinum sponsor
Latest press release: Africa’s top utility projects and power professionals honoured at African Utility Week in May