Introducing a new look for North Africa's leading power and renewable energy exhibition


Explore. Empower. Energise



Egypt Energy is positioned as a regional energy event hosting exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. The show, previously known as ELECTRICX, brings together energy manufacturers and suppliers to showcase new technologies and innovative solutions covering the entire energy value chain from power generators, energy storage and energy management systems, high and low voltage cables, energy transmission and distribution, solar panels, solar power, green energy and more . Egypt Energy is co-located with IFSEC FIREX Egypt for 2021, the leading security and firesafety event in Egypt and North Africa, attending Egypt Energy gives you access to both the events.

Venue

Cairo International Convention and Exhibition Centre

Among exhibitors

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1—3 November 2021

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