Visiting Africa’s most impressive hydropower sites!

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Hydropower Africa 2011 offers you the unique opportunity to visit Africa’s top Hydropower projects. All inclusive* and CPD accredited (2 credits per tour), these unique tours will take place as part of the largest hydropower event in Africa and will take you to the heart of the African hydropower industry.

Experience world-class projects and implementations. Speak directly to the implementers and technical staff responsible for these projects.

1. Inga hydropower project, DRC
(21 – 23 September 2011)

Private plane to Inga

Flying over Inga

Inside Inga

At Inga airport

Inga from above

Inside Inga

With limited space available on the charted flight which will take you from Kinshasa to Inga, this is a unique opportunity you cannot afford to miss!
The massive Inga project in the DRC is considered as one of the largest and most impressive hydropower projects in the world. As consultants are currently being sought to advance Grand Inga and other major Africa hydropower projects in the region, this is an excellent way in which you could meet the decision makers face to face!

First Falls

Second Falls

Mbashe Hydro

First Falls

Second Falls

Mbashe Hydro

Apart from Kwazulu-Natal, the Eastern Cape is endowed with the best potential for the development of small hydropower plants in Southern Africa.
With limited space available, you will explore three of South Africa’s most scenic small hydropower schemes via helicopter in the beautiful Eastern Cape province. You will also get the opportunity to view Mvimvubu Valley and Tina Falls potential hydro sites from the air – an opportunity not to be missed.

Kariba North Bank

Kafue Gorge

Kariba North Bank

Kariba North Bank

Kafue Gorge

Kariba North Bank

Zambia, with its numerous lakes and rivers, has excellent potential for hydropower project development and there are also a lot of prospects for the revamping and rehabilitation of existing projects.
The majority of Zambia’s power supply comes from both the 900MW Kafue Gorge and 720MW Kariba North Bank (now expanding its the generation capacity to a total of 1,080 MW) power stations. This is tour not to be missed – a unique opportunity to meet senior utility representatives face-to-face and also to meet the people behind these projects.
Book your seat for one of these site visits before Friday, 26 August 2011 and receive 20% discount on the site visits and 10% discount to attend the conference – quote sales code HPASV-ESI02
Contact myself, Mario Haddon on +27 (0) 21 700 3547 or reply to this email with your direct number and I will call you within 2 working hours.

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