Africaâ€™s Power & Energy Exhibition & Conference is announced as market continues to attract investment
Africa has experienced massive internal growth in major areas within the last 20 years which have contributed greatly to investorsâ€™ assets and one area in particular is in particularly high demand and continuously predicting huge returns â€“ the energy market.
It has already had an impact in creating greater well-being to the people of Africa whilst boosting profits for shareholders involved. Due to this massive interest in the African power sector which includes the UNâ€™s 2014 â€˜Sustainable Energy for Allâ€™ programme and highlights Africa as one of the main areas of focus, EXPOGROUP is organizing The 5th Power & Energy Exhibition & Conference 2016 from the 10th to the 12th of June, 2016 at Kenya's prime international venue;The Dome in Nairobi and the 2nd edition from the 07th to the 09th of July 2016 at Tanzaniaâ€™s international venue; the Mlimani Conference Centre in Dar-es-Salaam.
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