Africa Energy Indaba: Solutions for Africa

The Africa Energy Indaba is an annual conference and exhibition of the latest and best in the energy industry. The exhibition showcases the latest technologies, equipment and services of leading energy suppliers. The aim of the conference component is to facilitate discussions, debates and solutions to enable adequate energy generation across Africa. To compliment the Indaba, there is a growing list of side events, including a Woman in Energy Conference (16 February), an Energy Efficiency Workshop (19 February), and a site visit to a 210kWh solar rooftop installation in Midrand (20 February).
17-02-2015 – 18-02-2015
161 Maude Street, Sandton Johannesburg South Africa
Sandton Convention Centre
Africa Energy Indaba Steering Committee
Africa Energy Indaba

Africa’s Premier Energy Event

The Africa Energy Indaba receives global recognition as the foremost African energy event for energy professionals from across the globe. Adopted by the World Energy Council (WEC) as the African regional event of the WEC and presented by the South African National Energy Association (SANEA), the Africa Energy Indaba is supported by the African Union and the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency. As such, the Africa Energy Indaba has achieved the highest level of endorsement and support for an energy conference on the continent.


Bringing Together Africa’s Energy Leaders

The Africa Energy Indaba brings together international and continental experts to share their insights and solutions to Africa’s energy crisis, while simultaneously exploring the vast energy development opportunities on offer in Africa! Delegates come from across the continent to attend what has become known as the business networking forum of choice for energy industry players on the continent. The conference is the forum for delegates to debate and exchange solutions to Africa’s energy challenges, whilst the exhibition component is a significant marketplace for African and international stakeholders looking for and doing business in Africa’s energy sector.


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An African energy event, for Africa and by Africans!

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