The Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency (SAEE) aims to become the Association in Southern Africa that brings all energy stakeholders in the region together. In order to achieve this synergy, the SAEE is hosting the 10th Southern African Energy Efficiency Convention (2015SAEEC), as an event serving the energy management-, environmental-, facilities building upgrades-, energy engineering-, cogeneration-, power generation-, and efficiency improvement industries.
More than a decade of information dissemination and awareness creation will be celebrated at the Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency ’s flagship event, The Southern African Energy Efficiency Convention (2015SAEEC) for the 10th consecutive year. Running concurrent with the Convention on 11-12 November 2015 at Emperors Palace , Gauteng, is the well-known exhibition drawing the latest products, services, technologies and solutions to educate and inform the niche market delegates drawn each year. The official opening of the 2015SAEEC is marked at the Annual Banquet and Awards Ceremony, where the latest excellence in energy efficiency is rewarded to deserving candidates.
The 2015SAEEC aims to maintain the credibility developed during the past 10 years, as being the niche market event in the energy efficiency industry, by once again providing a platform for effective networking, awareness creation, and educating delegates on how all the economic and market forces, new technologies, regulatory developments and industry trends merge to shape the critical decisions on organisations’ energy and economic future.
3. Target audience
During the last two SAEEC events more than 400 niche market delegates, representing more than 200 entities, were drawn providing an audience that are already working in the industry and making a difference, attending to be further educated on the latest available information in the industry.
The 2015SAEEC is marketed to draw an audience from the following categories:
3.1 End-users of energy in the industrial, mining and commercial sector
3.2 Consultants, service providers, solution providers, product suppliers in the energy sector that service the end-user market
3.3 Individual professionals in the energy sector
3.4 Stakeholders in the legislative, authoritative, standardisation and governmental sector
3.5 Educational institutions and students