Our 13th event, which is this year taking place in Uganda, will bring you face to face with the key decision makers in the Ugandan power sector. As part of the Ugandan national development plan, priority sectors have been identified for accelerated development – one of these key sectors is the power and energy industry. To this effect, US$210.28mn has been allocated to the power sector for the 2010-2011 financial year.
Priority development areas include:
- Increase generation capacity
- Build new transmission lines
- Accelerate rural electrification
- Promote energy efficiency
- Strengthen the policy, legal and institutional framework
- Promote renewable energy
- Build capacity in the energy sector
With an average of 8% economic growth over the last 6 years, Uganda offers a number of attractive business opportunities
Why you have to be at EAPIC 2011:
As one of the leading solution providers in the African power sector, it is essential that your company is represented at EAPIC. Here’s is why this event is unmissable:
- Many requests for proposal (RFPs) were written by delegates attending EAPIC. As you might imagine, our sponsors and exhibitors have a much better chance of receiving those RFPs than the few key players not represented.
- Our exhibitions are designed for BUYERS. One of our promises to delegates is to provide a comprehensive aid to partner selection – a year’s worth of supplier selection due diligence in two days.
- Our expert speakers help buyers define their requirements, and our expert-led exhibition tours help them differentiate the solution providers
- Participate in EAPIC to put more qualified leads into your sales pipeline. Accelerate deals with your existing prospects – many will be at the show!
The delegates at EAPIC are attending to find partners in metering, generation, renewables, transmission, distribution, smart grids, infrastructure finance… this event represents the year’s most concentrated gathering of utilities BUYERS in the region! Make sure you book your delegation – or one of our exhibition stands – TODAY!
Are you a South African registered company and exporting or wanting to export? Do you manufacture products and/or services?
Did you know that the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti ) offers financial assistance under the Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA) scheme to partially compensate qualifying exporters for costs incurred (example: stand, flight, freight) in respect of activities aimed at developing export markets for South African products and services and to recruit new foreign direct investment into South Africa.
To find out more about the dti EMIA incentives, contact the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC). SAEEC members will receive help in completing and submitting funding application and claim forms to the dti and non-members will be e-mailed the relevant forms. Contact Adéle Visser: firstname.lastname@example.org or +27 (0) 11 315 0209.