As demand and supply issues continue to be at the forefront of the industry’s challenges, along with fuel, finance and skills shortages, you are invited to take part in the biggest discussion forum around these issues in Africa.  African Utility Week, which takes place from 18 – 22nd May 2009, will allow delegates to address some of their questions to a panel of key stakeholders from the ‘Big 5’ economies of Africa –  Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.  This discussion panel, which forms part of the opening ceremony of the conference and exhibition, is just one of the opportunities over a weeklong networking and knowledge sharing event, where discussions around the real issues facing the African electricity industry can be debated, discussed and decided.

Join us from 18 – 22 May 2009 at the International Convention Centre for African Utility Week – Africa’s MEGA power conference and exhibition.

For more information please contact:

General enquiries:      
Claire Volkwyn:  claire.volkwyn@spintelligent.com
                                 
Nicolaas Loretz:  nicolaas.loretz@spintelligent.com

Registrations:
             
Jimina Schmidt:  jimina.schmidt@spintelligent.com

Travel:                         
Rue Limekhaya:  rue.limekhaya@spintelligent.com

Or visit www.african-utility-week.com