Digital Energy Festival for Africa
The new service from e-GUIDE, a collaboration between The Rockefeller Foundation and four leading universities, helps utilities and system planners improve the...
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter’s move toward cost-reflective tariffs instead of leaning on taxpayers to subsidise the state utility was welcomed at the opening session of Digital Africa Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa.
Advice for utilities to achieve cost reduction, revenue management and enhanced customer services when pivoting to digital.
African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa has unveiled its new name, identity and vision, Enlit Africa, during the opening session of the digital edition of the event.
We will explore how to improve energy management utilising the latest in smart prepaid technology, while keeping your customer front and centre.
Over the past decade, tens of millions of people across Africa and Asia have gained access to electricity and cleaner cooking for the first time, in large part due to technology and business model innovation.
This AUW session will explore what is the future for independent power producers and generation as a whole in the African energy sector.
The countdown to the continent’s largest gathering space for the utility industry has started with an announcement that Eskom’s CEO will be in a one-on-one session during the event’s opening session on 24 November.
Eskom CEO André de Ruyter will open up about his time so far at South Africa’s state utility.
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