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African Power Platform Stands the Best Source of Information for Power Sector Events in Africa

Some individuals and organizations are highly interested in gathering details about the events taking place in Africa related to the power sector. They can get comprehensive information from the African Power Platform.


Nairobi, Kenya (October 13, 2018) – Not just organizations, even some individuals wish to keep themselves

updated about the special events taking place in the power sector in Africa. For those with this interest, they can get the best information from the African Power Platform.

The website of the African Power Platform has listed all the events that are going to take place in power sector in Africa, and it is constantly being updated.

It means that people interested in the energy sector in Africa can get the comprehensive list along with the detailing from this useful platform. In the month of August 2018, a Press Release was released by the African Power Platform (APP) stating the launch of the new initiative.

According to Jorge Lascas, Founder and CEO of the African Power Platform, “the initiative is to associate government and private stakeholders of the African Power Sector by creating a network platform, where they can associate with ease. With this initiative, the African Power Platform has been providing comprehensive information about the power sector in Africa”.

About African Power Platform:

Founded by Jorge Lascas, the African Power Platform aims to connect private and government stakeholders in Africa’s power sector. The platform helps circulate and propagate tenders, intelligence and business opportunities to its members. Developers, power producers, ministries, utilities, regulators, financiers, and other like-minded individuals can join APP to share possible solutions and ideas on how to solve Africa’s lack of electricity.


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