Posted on :Tuesday , 13th June 2017
Tanzania has abundant energy resources such as hydro, natural gas, coal, uranium, wind, geothermal, biomass, solar, tidal and waves and the demand is equally high. So this demand is attracting suppliers to tap this market and expand to an ever so growing market, with the help of the 03rd Power and Energy Tanzania Exhibition it will make it easier for companies around the world to do so.
According to new reforms The African Development Bank (AFDB) has unveiled plans to invest $12 billion over the next five years under its new electrification programme.
The fund will support its New Deal on energy for Africa which aims to achieve universal access to Africa by 2025.The plan was born out of the Energy Week conference held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast in March which brought stakeholders together to discuss methods of improving energy access.
Tanzania hopes to triple its power generation output by 2020, and boost access to the national grid. This shows the potential in the market and how the Government is also investing towards the growth of this sector.
From August 16th – 18th Expo Group will bring to you the 03rd Power and Energy Tanzania 2017 where more than 150 exhibitors from 22 countries will showcase their latest wares to thousands of trade buyers and decision makers from throughout the Middle East, Africa, and further afield.
The 3 day event will take place at The Mlimani Conference Center, and will arrive with the biggest aftermarket brands on-board, spread over 15 product categories, Nuclear Technology; Energy Efficiency; Power Transmissions; Generators and UPS systems to name a few.
With more than 150 exhibitors combined, Generators and UPS Systems, and Energy Efficiency Solutions comprise the largest portion of Power and Energy Tanzania, and features global stalwarts such as Geros- Italy, Ritz Instrument Transformers GMBG- Germany, Kj Power Generator- Turkey to name a few.
Cetin Kiliç Sale Marketing Coordinator - SIGNAL KABLO, Turkey had something to say about last years exhibition “The exhibition provides a great public exposure for our technologies and facilitates a meeting point with our business partners whilst generating many business opportunities. We look forward to participating in the same event in 2017.”
Deepak Kumar Manager - LUMINOUS POWER TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD, India said “This exhibition is a very good platform to grow your business. We have just entered Africa and our participation in this exhibition has helped us in getting good leads throughout Tanzania as well as outside markets. Good job”
Kaan Hasin International Business Manager - ELKIMA TRANSFORMER, Turkey said “POWER & ENERGY AFRICA provided a good platform for positioning & branding our company in and outside Tanzania. We will participate again in the next show”
Energy Talk Africa 2017 serves as a catalyst for the development of a sustainable and competitive energy sector in Africa. Africa's energy requirements are enormous and the demand is growing but resources are limited both in physical and financial terms. It is a long term imperative that these resources are exploited optimally. Africa is attracting significant attention from major overseas project developers, equipment suppliers and financiers. Given the phenomenal prospects available in this sector, Energy Talk will provide an opportunity to network; collaborate with peers, innovators, thought leaders and policy makers.
Energy Talk 17 Africa will consist of a series of seminars, presentations, and workshops about the industry trends, geopolitical - relating to politics and that are influenced by geographical factors and social and which will have the maximum impact on the environment.
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