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Voltex - Power & Electricity World 2015

Voltex - Power & Electricity World 2015 www.ediweekly.com

Power and Electricity World 2015 hosts the continents foremost solution providers and is attended by leading energy authorities and international experts, attracting over 5,000 attendees. This year Power and Electricity World takes place on 24 – 25 March at the Sandton Convention Centre where Voltex will exhibit its range of energy efficient products and new technologies.

Visitors can experience interactive product discussions and viewing at the Voltex stand which will include MV/LV Solutions - Distribution Boards, the highly advanced automation systems and enclosures from Phambili Interface, LSis circuit breakers and resin core transformers, new-age commercial and industrial generators and a diverse range of energy efficient lighting products. When it comes to lighting there are a number of ways to impact on energy use and to demonstrate this Voltex will feature a Solar area light pole and a light tree at the stand.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to win some mystery prize give-aways by visiting the Voltex and Impact Energy stand on the second day of the show.  Where attendees will be served a golf ball which they can try to sink at the Voltex putting greens and win instant prizes. 

As a market leader, Voltex is well positioned to drive the development and implementation of technologies that achieve energy-efficiency and sustainable energy solutions and to ensure continent-wide adoption of sustainable and environmentally-friendly services and technologies. The Voltex exhibition stand at Power and Electricity World will demonstrate why Voltex is the market leader when it comes to Energy.

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