International Power Industry Exhibition

Address: Africa - South Africa - Johannesburg

 

Exhibition data

 

Address: Africa - South Africa - Johannesburg

Organizing cycle: once a year

Exhibition scale: 10000-20000

First session: 1998

Exhibition time: March in 2019

 

Exhibition introduction

 

POWER & ELECTRICITY WORLD AFRICA is hosted by South Africa' and is sponsored by the South African Department of Energy, the South African Power Company and the South African Electric Power Design Institute. It is currently the largest and most professional power exhibition in South Africa. The area is more than 14,000 square meters. The exhibitors are mainly from the United States, China, India, Israel, Thailand, South Korea, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Britain, Egypt, South Africa and France. Every year, leading companies in the power industry showcase their latest products, services and solutions at the largest power and energy exhibition in Africa. As the largest and most professional power exhibition in South Africa, it represents the latest trend in the power industry. The South African Power Show attracts professional power companies and professional visitors from all countries to share industry information and seek business opportunities and cooperation. Participating in this exhibition can more directly understand the development of products in South Africa and the world and the specific needs of the market, help to improve the technical content of products, adjust and improve the structure of products, lay the foundation for the production of high-quality products, and also improve exports and ensure exports. Guide the direction normally.

 

 

International Power Industry Exhibition

 

 

Market analysis

 

According to the statistics of the South African National Taxation Bureau, the import and export volume of South African goods was 25.57 billion U.S. dollars in January-February 2017, an increase of 19.6% over the same period of the previous year (the same below). Among them, exports were US$1.258 billion, up 24.5%; imports were US$12.99 billion, up 15.2%. The trade deficit was 420 million US dollars, down 64.7%. In February, the import and export of South African goods was US$12.9 billion, an increase of 11.8%. Among them, exports were 6.65 billion US dollars, an increase of 16%; imports were 6.26 billion US dollars, an increase of 7.6%. The trade surplus was $390 million, compared with a trade deficit of $84.84 million in the same period last year. In January-February, the import and export volume of bilateral goods between South Africa and China was US$37.7, an increase of 22.3%. Among them, South Africa's exports to China were 1.28 billion US dollars, up 58.3%, accounting for 10.2% of South Africa's total exports, up 2.2 percentage points; South Africa's imports from China were 2.49 billion US dollars, up 9.5%, accounting for 19.2% of South Africa's total imports. South Africa’s trade deficit with China was $1.2 billion, down 17.7%. As of February, China is South Africa's largest trading partner and South Africa's largest export market and the largest source of imports. As of 2040, there are 835 billion US dollars of electricity investment demand in sub-Saharan Africa. In the next 25 years, regional integration such as joint power system, independent power generation projects and renewable energy promotion will develop new The energy pattern in sub-Saharan Africa, the various business opportunities in it will be an unmissable market opportunity for Chinese merchants.

 

Past review

 

Exhibition area: 14,000 square meters

Number of exhibitors: more than 300 exhibitors from 30 countries

Number of viewers: 25,000

 

 

POWER & ELECTRICITY WORLD AFRICA Exhibition

 

 

Exhibition Criteria

 

1. Transmission and distribution equipment, energy metering products, power measurement and automatic control systems;

 

2. Production equipment for electric power construction tools, cable and cable, and electric energy;

 

3. Grid automation technology and equipment, generator sets and power equipment, power control equipment;

 

4. Development and utilization of low-voltage electrical appliances and building electrical and renewable energy;
Natural gas exploitation and utilization, solar heating equipment and systems;

 

5. Energy system and maintenance, engineering, training, consulting, etc.