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Norwegian Pavilion at the Power & Electricity World Africa 2016

You can find the basic information by following the link to the blog that Beverley Lewis at the Innovation Norway (IN) office in Pretoria has put up on Linked In regarding Power & Electricity World Africa 2016 which is taking place in Sandton in March: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/we-targeting-norwegian-companies-interested-power-africa-lewis?trk=prof-post.

It should also be borne in mind that this event targets Africa and there are country spotlights covering a few countries mentioned in her blog which could be of interest for Norwegian companies and research institution collaborating with Norwegian companies.

If you find this opportunity interesting for yourself or any of your partners (feel free to inform them about the event!), please register at the conference site http://www.terrapinn.com/exhibition/power-electricity-world-africa/index.stm. Although the stated deadline 15 December, it is apparently still possible to register, but you have to be fast. For further information about the Norwegian pavilion, contact Beverley directly by e-mail: (Beverley.Lewis@innovationnorway.no)

 

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