PowerPlug Ltd., one of the 15 top European innovator leaders shines at African Utility Week in Cape, Africa from May 15-17, 2018.
African Utility Week (AUW) in Cape Town is a 3-day trade exhibition and conference, gathering the large group of power, energy and water professionals in the African market, and has been running for 18 consecutive years. The AUW exhibition is welcoming over 7,400 decision makers from more than 90 countries, and more than 300 exhibitors from 11 different countries and 284 expert speakers, among them PowerPlug Ltd., to discuss challenges, solutions and successes in the power, energy and water industry, along with multiple side events and networking functions.
The conference programme will address the latest challenges, developments and opportunities in the power and water sectors: ranging from generation, T&D, metering, technology and water. The African Utility Week expo offers an extensive technical workshop programme to discuss practical, day-to-day technical topics, best practices and product solutions that businesses, large power users and utilities can implement in their daily operations.
PowerPlug Ltd. exhibited as part of the EU Pavilion alongside 14 of its fellow top innovators from 10 different countries across Europe, such as DesignPro Renewables (Tidal Energy), and EnergyNest (Thermal Battery).
“This is a great opportunity to meet with many key energy professionals in the smart energy field, enter new markets and discuss strategy to achieve a better transition towards a low carbon energy supply. We are excited to introduce PowerPlug Pro software solution to new potential clients, senior decision makers, governments and many more, and enter new markets while widen our network”, says Eyal Yechieli, PowerPlug’s CEO.
About African Utility Week (AUW)
The 18th annual African Utility Week is the only global meeting place, conference and trade exhibition for African power and water utility professionals. African Utility Week offers a unique networking opportunity for engineers, stakeholders and solution providers alike.
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