14 - 16 May 2019
Cape Town, South Africa

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Who will I meet?

African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa is THE premier meeting place for Africa’s entire power, energy and water value chain. This year is set to be the most successful yet and we're looking forward to welcoming over 10,000 senior level executives, 300 renowned speakers, 350 exhibitors and 77 utilities and municipalities.

Our main goal is to connect you with your ideal wishlist.

Confirmed Utilities attending the co-located Utility CEO Forum 2019 - Regularly updated

Note: this is a closed boardroom meeting by invitation only. CEOs will however also participate in joint activities and sessions with AUW & PGAF

  • UMEME, Uganda  
  • Erongo Red, Namibia 
  • Gambia National Water & Electric Company (NAWEC), Gambia
  • Electricity Generation Company (Malawi) Limited (EGENCO), Malawi
  • Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), Ghana
  • Aloog Electricity Company, Somalia 
  • Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited, Uganda
  • South Sudan Electricity Corporation, South Sudan
  • Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM), Mozambique
  • Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company, Nigeria
  • Kano Electricity Distribution Company, Nigeria
  • Botswana Power Corporation, Botwsana 
  • ENEO, Cameroon
  • Energy Utility Corporation Ltd, Rwanda
  • SOGEM, Mali
  • Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company, Nigeria 
  • NORED, Namibia
  • Eswatini Electricity Company, Kingdom of Eswatini
  • Botswana Power Corporation, Botwsana
  • Oshakati Premier Electric, Namibia
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Visitors and Delegates

Here is just a taste of companies that have already signed up to attend the event. Simply select the boxes below to view more details:

Associations

  • National Union of Mineworkers, South Africa
  • TAREA, Tanzania
  • AUTC, USA
  • ICLEI, South Africa
  • NEPAD, South Africa
  • GEOGLOWS, Switzerland
  • Water Portfolio Committee, South Africa
  • Utilities Technology Council, USA
  • OSGP Alliance, Netherlands
  • African Water Association, South Africa
  • Open Smart Grid Protocol Alliance, Netherlands
  • STSA, South Africa
  • Rural Electrification Agency (REA), Nigeria
  • Africa Regional Centre, South Africa
  • Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), South Africa
  • Green Building Africa, South Africa
  • SAIEE, South Africa
  • African Climate Reality Project, South Africa
  • Renewable Energy Economic Development, South Africa

IPPs, Developers and EPCs

  • Atlas Energy Solutions, Pakistan 
  • Yunusalihu Resources Ltd, Nigeria
  • Energy Partners, South Africa
  • Albatros Energy Mali, Mali
  • Avedia Energy, South Africa
  • New Horizons Waste to Energy, South Africa
  • Exxon Mobil, Nigeria
  • Just Fuel Petroleum Solutions, South Africa
  • Soventix Projects, South Africa
  • Oversight Africa, South Africa
  • Ladoyin Global Trades and Investment Ltd, Nigeria
  • Continuum Africa, Kenya
  • A4 Ventures, Nigeria
  • Cambridge Industries Ltd., Ethiopia
  • The Waste Transformers, Netherlands
  • Equatorial Power, Uganda
  • Africa GreenCo, South Africa
  • Pele Energy Group, South Africa
  • East African Power, Kenya

Finance

  • Rotlinks International & Co, Nigeria
  • Sofac Global Multi-ventures, Nigeria
  • Eseye, South Africa
  • Fink Africa, South Africa
  • Inspired Evolution Investment Management, South Africa
  • Woolworths Financial Services, South Africa
  • Iykantell CC, South Africa
  • Development Bank of Southern Africa, South Africa
  • Impact Amplifier, South Africa
  • Factor[e] Ventures, USA
  • Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP), South Africa
  • Water Sector Fund Trust, Kenya
  • Fieldstone, South Africa
  • Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA), South Africa
  • African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), South Africa
  • InvestSA (a division of the Department of Trade & Industry), South Africa
  • Investec Asset Management, South Africa
  • African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), African Development Bank, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Barclays Africa, South Africa
  • Standard Bank of South Africa, South Africa
  • Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria
  • Absa Bank, , South Africa
  • Nordic Development Fund, Netherlands

Government

  • Department of Transport and Public Works, South Africa
  • NMi Certin B.V, Netherlands
  • Sudanese Electricity Distribution Company, Sudan
  • ACSA, South Africa
  • Rhomberg Instruments, South Africa
  • The Koshi Projects, South Africa
  • Forensic Science Services, South Africa
  • SAPS, South Africa
  • Department of Water and Sanitation, South Africa
  • Saka Majay, Nigeria
  • The Trade Council, Royal Danish Embassy Pretoria, South Africa
  • Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency, South Africa
  • "Western Cape Department of
  • Environmental Affairs and
  • Development Planning, South Africa"
  • Ministry of Energy, Uganda
  • National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa, South Africa
  • Southern African Power Pool (SAPP), South Africa
  • Embassy Of Denmark, South Africa
  • Department of Energy, South Africa

Consulting and Services

  • Rohrs Law, South Africa
  • Bloomberg New Energy Finance, United Kingdom
  • Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc, South Africa
  • ALP (Africa Law Practice), Nigeria
  • ABB South Africa, South Africa
  • REH Group, Zambia
  • Carel Snyman, South Africa
  • Mazars, South Africa
  • Change Pathways, South Africa
  • GreenCape, South Africa
  • B&V, South Africa
  • YG Energy Africa, South Africa
  • Wartsila, Senegal
  • Energoprojekt-Katowice SA, Poland
  • Jomat Investments, South Africa
  • IPG Industrial  Project Group Srl, Italy
  • KERAM Enterprises, Uganda
  • IHS Markit, United Kingdom
  • Bses Rajdhani power limited, India
  • Ramboll, Denmark
  • National Business Initiative, South Africa
  • Bidvest Facilities Management, South Africa
  • Abe Lee Engineering, Nigeria
  • CSV Water, South Africa
  • Development Afrika Stratagem, South Africa
  • Africa Focus Consulting, South Africa
  • Deloitte, South Africa

Utilities

  • Sudanese Electricity Distribution Company
  • Eskom, South Africa
  • Umeme Ltd, Uganda
  • NamPower, Namibia
  • Zimbabwe Power Company, Zimbabwe
  • eSwatini Electricity Company, Swaziland
  • Lesotho Highlands Water Commission, Lesotho
  • Botswana Power Corporation (BPC), Botswana
  • Erongo Regional Electricity Distributor Company,
  • (ErongoRED), Namibia
  • GRIDCo, Ghana
  • NORED, Namibia
  • South Sudan Electricity Corporation, Sudan
  • UEGCL, Uganda
  • Central Region Water Board, Malawi
  • Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation, Liberia
  • Uganda Electricity Generation, Uganda
  • UMEME, Uganda
  • Kano Electricity Distribution Company, Nigeria
  • Energy Utility Corporation Limited, Rwanda
  • Water Utilities Corporation, Botswana
  • Swaziland Water Services Corporation, Swaziland
  • Ghana Water Company Limited, Ghana

Municipalities

  • City of Cape Town Municipality, South Africa
  • City Of Tshwane Metro Municipality, South Africa

Exhibitors

We have the entire power, energy and water value chain covered. If you're looking to source new technologies and suppliers, you're sure to find them at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa:

Generation

Gas
Nuclear
Concentrated solar power
EPC
Termal
Inverters
Turbines

Renewables

Wind Turbines
Solar
Hydro
Monitoring Systems
Connectors & Junction
Boxes
Voltage Stabilisers
Seals & Bearings
Mounting & Installation

Transmission & Distribution

Transformers
Cables
Switchgear
Substation Automation
Grid Network Infrastructure
HVDC Products
Relays
T&D Hardware
Live Line Technology
SF6 Gas & Equipment
Surge Protection
Electrical switchboards
Telecommunication
SCADA Systems
Infrastructure & Networks
Security & Cyber Grid
Outage Management
Demand Response
Smart Grid Solutions
Mapping

Metering

Data Management
Pre-Paid Metering
AMR/AMI Systems
Revenue Collection/Billing/
Customer Service
M2M Communication
Test Equipment
Meter Reading

Water

Pumps & Valves
Water Meters
Leak Detection
Waste Water Treatment
Monitoring & Control
Demand Response
Sanitation and Reticulation
Water Management
Conservation and Recovery

Technology

Micro grids
ICT
Software
Demand side management

Energy Storage

System performance measurement
Capacitors
Batteries
Uninterruptible power supply

Energy Efficiency

LED Lighting
Home Control/Energy
Management
Smart Home Appliances
Sub-Meters
Intelligent Energy Control
Devices
Sensors
Security Solutions
Communication Providers

Media Partners

Each year AUW and POWERGEN Africa partners with over 50 media publications within Africa and from across the globe.

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Press and Analysts

Throughout the year, we gain national and international coverage in the world's leading publications for exhibitors and partners.

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International Delegations

From Members of Parliament to Governmental Ministers from Africa and beyond, each year the event attracts top level delegations.

Speakers

We gather over 300 elite industry experts who deliver a world-class programme to help you advance your business and career.

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Your wishlist

You can help make sure your ideal target audience is seated in the audience at African Utility Week. 

Fill the the form with your ideal customer - whether company, job title or even someone specific. 

 

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FACTS AND FIGURES FROM AFRICAN UTILITY WEEK

  • 10000
    VISITORS
  • 81
    COUNTRIES
  • 77
    UTILITIES & MUNICIPALITIES
  • 350
    EXHIBITORS

 

 

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