The Moroccan Agency for Promotion and Development of Investment and Export (AMDIE), in collaboration with the National Federation of Electricity, Electronics and Renewable Energy (FENELEC), is commissioned to commission commercial prospecting in Côte d'Ivoire.
In conjunction with the "Elec Expo Abidjan", the Africa Fair for Africa, organized from 9 to 11 May in Abidjan by the African Power Association (CAFELEC), 34 Moroccan operators in the electricity and renewable energy sector, exhibitors but also export managers at one Commercial Prospectus and Consolidation Mission to Côte d'Ivoire
Organized in collaboration with the Ivory Coast Employers Association (APESELCI), "Elec Expo Abidjan" will collect one hundred exhibitors from a dozen countries.
Expected more than a hundred of manufacturers, distributors, consulting companies, power suppliers, installers, contractors and lenders from a dozen African countries (Ivory Coast, Algeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Mali, Senegal, Tunisia, Togo, Benin, Morocco, Guinea, Ghana)
Nearly 5,000 visitors are also expected during the three days of the show.
The election of the Ivory Coast is not sloppy. It is at the same time its geostrategic position, its economic importance on the continent and its role as locomotive in West Africa, but also, and especially, the country's desire to increase its energetic challenge.
Considered as The Commercial Gateway to France, Côte d'Ivoire wants to double its energy capacity by 2020. The current electrification rate is 55.80%. With an increasingly diversified and growing economy (7% in perspective for 201