The African Utility Week will be held from March 14-17, 2011, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa. An established international power industry trade fair in Africa, the African Utility Week 2011 would be bringing together African and international experts to collaborate and discuss development strategies and technical improvements to the power and water sectors in Africa. It is a must-attend event for those related to the power and water sectors. If you are also a professional associated with these sectors, then you need to look out for business class discounts so that you may book business class seats and travel by cheap business class flights to Cape Town to attend the trade fair.
When you buy business class tickets and travel by business class to Cape Town to attend the African Utility Week 2011, you’ll get an opportunity to meet and interact with Utility CEOs; Customer Service Managers; Metering Managers; Procurement Managers; Financial Officers; Renewable Energy Consultants; Electrical and Civil Engineers; Regulators; Power Station Automation Engineers and Implementers; and Power Station Managers, Engineers and Operators. Besides, the African Utility Week acts as the annual forum to bring together ministers and high level government representatives, utilities and municipalities, power pools and regulators, to consultants, vendors, service providers and energy intensive power users.
The African Utility Week 2011 would be attracting numerous exhibitors from more than 40 countries. When you get business tickets and arrive by business class airlines to Cape Town for the trade event, you’ll be able to see the exhibits by manufacturers and suppliers dealing in Water Treatment; Wastewater Management & Recycling; Water Supply & Services; Water Conservation; Filtration Equipment; Water Pollution Monitoring; Pipes, Fittings & Valves; Rainwater Harvesting; Renewable Energy; Billing & Metering; Electrical Components & Accessories; Power Generators; Electronic Engineering; and Industrial Equipment & Accessories.
Do remember to fly air business class to Cape Town as you’ll benefit by attending the conference at the African Utility Week 2011. You’ll be excited to know that you would get an opportunity to attend five different tracks at the conference that includes Metering, Billing/CRM Africa; Smart Grids/Transmission & Distribution Africa; Generation Africa; Renewable Energy Africa; and Water Utilities Africa. Workshops offering practical training for partakers and practiced solutions and methods from the top industry experts would also be held during the African Utility Week 2011.