More Americans at African Utility Week.

Multi-award winning African Utility Week conference and exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa has obtained official U.S. Trade Fair Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The development paves way for a greater American participation at the 19th edition of the event scheduled for 14-16 May next year.

Along with the recently acquired, co-located event POWERGEN Africa, the event gathers the largest group of power, energy and water professionals in the African market.

“We are delighted to announce that U.S. Trade Certification has been granted, with the United States officially endorsing the event.

“We are looking forward to working with the U.S. Commercial Service over the next few months to facilitate U.S. participation at the event” said Edgar Baron, International Sales and Business Development Manager for Spintelligent, the organisers of African Utility Week.

He said the U.S. exhibitors will be able to connect with 10 000+ attendees from over 80 countries over the three-day exhibition and conference and generate leads and qualified business enquiries showcasing their innovative solutions and build partnerships at the leading power, energy and water expo in Africa.

The U.S. Commercial Service/ITA team will be providing export assistance to U.S. exhibitors. B2B matchmaking meetings with utilities, energy providers and Government officials will be available to U.S. exhibitors.

Apart from the official U.S. country pavilion at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa showcasing specialised technology and services for the utility, metering, renewable and water industries, country pavilions from Germany, India, Denmark, France and Canada have already confirmed their presence at the event.


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