The African Utility Week says it has entered into an exclusive television broadcasting partnership with eNCA and will receive live coverage during the conference and exhibition from 12-14 May in Cape Town.
The annual event attracts more than 5000 power and water professionals from across the globe. eNCA is a 24-hour television news broadcaster focusing on South African and African stories.
Event Director African Utility Week, Evan Schiff said they are pleased to join forces with eNCA and sharing the progress in the continent’s water and power industries. He added that energy is the driving force behind Africa’s growth and development and our conference and exhibition gather the industry to learn, share knowledge and debate the key topics to secure the future of this continent’s power and water industries.
“Topics will range from regional collaboration in the power sector to the untapped potential of renewable energy and investment challenges.”
“eNCA is a highly respected news organisation, known for its real African stories and unbiased coverage. It is a perfect match and this landmark collaboration will take African Utility Week to a whole new level and enable us to reach so many more people who will be able to learn and engage about energy and water – scarce resources that impact each and every one of us.”
The broadcasting partnership entails live crossings on each of the three event days from 12-14 May and other coverage of the event, which will feature 250 exhibitors, 190 speakers, eight conferences, free technical workshops on the expo floor, site visits, three high-profile plenary sessions and the coveted industry awards gala dinner.
African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa are organised by Spintelligent, leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and the African office of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the UK. DNV-GL has already confirmed its exclusive diamond sponsorship of the event while Accenture, Building Energy, MarelliMotori and Edison Power Group are the platinum sponsors.