Enlit Africa will return to focus on ‘5Ds of the energy transition’

AdobeStock 270527065Enlit Africa will return on 8 June with a visionary discussion on the “5Ds of the energy transition”, namely, decarbonisation, decentralisation, democratisation, digitalisation and deregulation

Enlit Africa’s opening session will feature local and global experts unpacking on how the evolution of the power and energy sector globally will affect local supply and opportunities, focusing on technology, policy and funding. 

Chanelle Hingston, group director, Power & Energy for Clarion Events Africa, said, “With Enlit Africa we continue our decades-long, proud partnership with the sector, offering the same inspiration, commitment, value and support. Over the three days, we will examine the energy transition and the various ways in which new energy imperatives will impact existing and future infrastructure. And as always, you can expect the best content and connections from us. We are excited to give all our participants front row seats to our highly topical webinars, roundtables and tech showcases, presented by industry professionals and world leading suppliers."

“We have made sure to highlight the most exciting sector developments around the continent which include direct access to case studies on Nigeria’s metering infrastructure and how progress has been made in reducing non-technical losses. We will be discussing the ever-important role of finance in the climate adaptation challenges facing African utilities and how the energy transition will be enabled through technology, strategy and a coordinated effort across countries and continents,” Hingston explained. 

The Enlit Africa CPD-accredited programme will furthermore look at the crucial role of cities in the energy future, the role of hydrogen in Africa, and strategies for planning and implementing smart grids.

“We look forward to welcoming back the thousands of participants that have made the show a success over the years. Over the three days in June we have a carefully curated, relevant and world-class programme, developed in close consultation with the industry, and our exceptional speakers and suppliers will be available live online to provide support and answer questions about Africa’s energy future. Enlit Africa will be more interactive than ever before,” Hingston concluded.

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