Solar & Storage Live Africa & The Future Energy Show Africa To Open on 18-20 March, Welcoming 350+ Domestic And … – SolarQuarter

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Taking place at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, Solar & Storage Live Africa co-located with The Future Energy Show Africa will unite the solar and energy industry, to accelerate Africa’s sustainable energy future. 

The 27th edition of this multi-brand event, commencing on 18-20 March, provides the ideal platform for the industry to explore a stable, lower-carbon, and digitized energy future. 

Gina Bester, General Manager at Terrapinn Middle East & Africa commented: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be back this year, with this edition set to be bigger and better than ever before. In these critical times, it’s paramount for the energy and solar industry to come together, network, and drive forward towards a more sustainable future, all while exploring innovative solutions.” 

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“Supported by our invaluable partners, sponsors, and exhibitors, we’re excited to announce that we’re moving to the spacious Gallagher Convention Centre, ready to welcome thousands of attendees this March in Johannesburg. Not only will we be reshaping Africa’s energy sector, but we’ll also be fostering crucial connections and collaborations that will propel us towards a brighter tomorrow.” 

The free-to-attend exhibition will feature over 350 domestic and international brands, providing a range of energy solutions from PV modules and components, energy storage and inverters, generation equipment and critical power, TD and tech components, smart tech and much more.  

The expo floor offers the unique opportunity for attendees to discover the latest solutions driving change in the solar and energy industry across Africa. Showcasing companies include Huawei, Skyworth, WEG South Africa, Solis, BYD, LONGi Solar Technology, Herholdt’s Group, Power N Sun, Atess, ARB Electrical, Victron Energy, 

Rectron, GC Solar, Bicodi, Sungrow, CNBM, ACDC Dynamics, Nexnovo, Zwayn, Svolt, Ausma Electrical, Bidvest Renewable Solutions, Rubicon, Get off Grid and many more globally renowned brands.  

Alongside the exhibition, attendees will have access to the multi-track conference, spanning across 3 action-packed days. Over 150 expert speakers will take to the stage to cover topics from decarbonisation, digitisation and disruption, energy consumption and management, energy efficiency, hydrogen opportunities, ICT and smart solutions, modernising the grid and much more.  

Speakers from Eskom, East African Power, Ministry of Energy and Mineral 

Development, Rural Electrification Authority, Equatorial Power, New Southern Energy, African Union Development Agency, SSC Energy, ACWA Power and Eskom are among the world-class line-ups.  

Other free-to-attend highlights include the Installers University, a new addition to the show that is the ideal opportunity to listen to practical applications in all thing’s energy installation related – from home to commercial scale installation projects. 

This year’s edition includes the launch of the Dealmakers Hub, an exclusive platform designed for sponsors and exhibitors to facilitate the signing of partnerships, finalization of significant sales deals, and the execution of MOUs directly at the event. The Dealmakers Hub offers a dedicated space to enhance networking opportunities and elevate the visibility of successful collaborations. 

The event is supported by Official Partners, The South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) and Eskom.  

Solar and Storage Live Africa co-located with The Future Energy Show Africa will take place at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg on 18-20 March 2024. 

For more information visit: 

https://www.terrapinn.com/exhibition/solar-show-africa/?utm_source=partners&utm_medium=partners&utm_campaign=part&utm_content=solarquarter&trc=part

Register for free:

https://secure.terrapinn.com/V5/step1.aspx?E=10772&utm_source=partners&utm_medium=partners&utm_campaign=part&utm_content=solarquarter&trc=part

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