Kenya is all upbeat and excited to host the annual event of the region, the 7th Power & Energy Africa, an exhibition that focuses on the methods, products and technologies in this area of expertise. The event will take place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi from the 29th till 31st of May 2018. Apart from the P & E sector, running concurrently will be the 5th Solar Africa and 7th Oil & Gas Africa trade fairs. The expected number of visitors for this year is calculated to an estimate of 3500 plus.
East Africa’s economy and raw resources makes these sectors the prime feature for business enthusiastic individuals. Major names from various countries will participate focusing their interest in the respective sector. NTPC, India’s national power organization will be seen as the platinum sponsor at the event, along with other international participants such as Holzenergie Wegscheid Gmbh, C.F. Nielsen A/S, Zhejiang Sunnyrain Solar Energy Co.LTD, Voltamp Transformers Limited, Saudi Cable Company, Desma, National Electrical Equipments Corporation, Murat Aydinlatma San. Tic. A.S., Lento Industries, Triveni Turbine Ltd, WHC Solar, Schletter, HBL, Trem Engineering, NAFFCO, CNPC (gwdc)etc. Local companies will include ORB Energy, GAK, Icopower, Davis & Shirtliff Ltd, Ruhrpumpen Group,TCPAK and many more
Concentrating on the innovations and the latest development in the industry the event will also host a conference that will emphasize on the developing alternatives and growth in the industry. The speakers will include government delegates, engineers, company heads etc, all with thorough background and knowledge in their respective sectors. Countries like South Africa, India, Germany, Spain, Turkey, UAE, China, Italy Denmark, will have their stalls up with showcasing their interest in the trading opportunities in the region. Displays will include products such as engines, turbines, transmitters, fiber optics, insulator, generators, light fixtures, gensets, solar module, power conditioner solar panel, photovoltaic cells, solar pumps, heaters, drillers, rig equipments and much more.
Supporting Africa’s progress the event will be a gateway to many interested in investing and establishing companies in and around the African continent. Kenya as a whole, with all the needed manpower and it strong economy is definitely an added advantage. Elvyn Reeves, Public Relationship Manager for Expogroup,said “Exhibitors capitalize on the international attendance at Power and Energy Africa to expand their business relations, we also expect this year’s event to bring a further rise in the number of international visitors”. To conclude the expo will be a great source to explore alternate options if you wish to save power, energy and earths’ limited resources, with hundreds of trading and export options for your liking, all in one basket.