Tanzania Holds International Conference Focusing on Power & Energy
Power and energy exhibition & conference will be held in TanzaniaJune 28th, 2016
From the 7th to the 9th of July 2016, Tanzania will hold the world famous conference on energy and power in Dar-es-Slaam in order to promote these sectors in Africa to the rest of the world. For the second time, the conference will gather exhibitors and visitors from all over Africa and also from all over the world.
In order to fully appreciate the importance of the event, let's consider a few figures; the conference assembles 150 exhibitors from 22 different countries, it attracted 4200 visitors last year and 2000 professional visitors. These conferences and exhibitions are growing phenomenon in Africa, they promote what all African countries are now looking for: developing their power and energy sectors. The conferences as well as the exhibitions, bring together politicians, technicians, engineers and leading companies in the relevant sectors, to come together and share their opinions, to come up with new ideas and solutions.
Both the exhibitions and the conferences will raise very diverse questions surrounding the topics of renewable energies, nuclear technology, energy efficiency, IT solutions, etc. They will gather people mainly from East and Central Africa and also a number of trade bodies from Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique and Congo are also invited. It is organized by the Expo-group, a company who organizes most of the exhibitions and trade fairs which take place in the Middle East and Africa.
Tanzania welcomes the conference this year because it is one of the most important African countries in terms of energy and power. On the 23rd of June 2016, the country received a $200 million loan from the World Bank, which will be used to connect the country and increase its efficiency.
Power & energy exhibition and conference will be an occasion for many African countries to gather and increase their competitiveness as well as the links between their countries. Indeed, this kind of scientific conference connect people and represents the growing economic soft power which is currently spreading across Africa.
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Julie Essertel, CD News