“Congratulations for the successful Convention and particularly to yourself and your team. The knowledge think tank on power in the region was there, not to mention the electric power stakeholders and the drivers of future power scenario in the region. I was proud to be involved and be part of the team. I look forward to more exciting future in the power sector.” Lewanga Tesha, Project Manager Btip-Rural Electrification, Tanzania Electric Supply Company, Tanzania
“All our customers came to visit us from all levels. It was great to have a platform to host them all at one time. The show was very busy, however it’s not the quantity that stood out, but more so the exceptional quality of people” Andrew Eaton, Sales Engineer, Gilkes, United Kingdom
"The Ministry for Energy and Petroleum endorses and will participate in the convention which is a good forum to share information regarding the power sector development in Kenya and in the region" Eng. Joseph K. Njoroge, MBS, Principal Secretary, Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
“It has been a great experience and an opportunity not only to understand the state of the power sector but also to meet with and interact with the leaders and drivers of the industry. I also got the opportunity to meet contacts for manufacturers and suppliers of power equipment.” James Gitau, Senior Engineer, Safety, Health & Environment, Kenya Power, Kenya
EAPIC 2016 brings a host of knowledgeable industry professionals to share their views on the power and energy sector in the East African region.
“It was indeed a very good experience for the South Sudan delegation to participate n the EAPIC conference. We gained a lot from the interactive sessions involving highly experienced participants. In out presentation we had the opportunity to highlight available opportunities in the energy sector in South Sudan.” Jemma Nunu Kumba (MP), Minister, Ministry of Electricity, Dams, Irrigation and Water Resources, South Sudan
“It [this award] has a lot of meaning for me to know that what you are doing is recognised and appreciated by your colleagues – especially [for us] in the African Union Commission. Sometimes it is not recognised that the AUC is working also for development. It is assumed that it is only for businesses, security and political organisations. I’m really happy that what we are doing is known, recognised and appreciated – also as a woman [in this sector].” H.E. Dr. Elham Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim, Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy, African Union, Ethiopia