Design and construction supervision on the second phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) will be undertaken by the Matla a Metsi Joint Venture. The announcement was made by […]
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Eskom board chair Ben Ngubane fielded questions around corruption and Brian Molefe at this year’s Africa Utility Week currently underway in Cape Town. Newly reappointed Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was […]
Koeberg nuclear power station is well equipped to handle its nuclear waste, according to a recent KPMG study. The recent study focused on the socio-economic impact of the nuclear power […]
New technologies and innovative approaches are opening doors for Africa’s off-grid and on-grid efforts to increase electricity access. This was according to principal environmental scientist at SRK Consulting, Warrick Stewart. […]
Power and Electricity World Africa continues to provide the meeting place for buyers, sellers and their partners to do the deals that drive Africa’s energy sector. This is THE place where buyers find solutions to their challenges.
Let’s not forget that our expo presents the largest gathering of solution providers to the African continent
The 20th annual Power and Electricity World Africa is the leading marketplace and ideas exchange for African power producers, large energy users and governments, hungry for innovative solutions.
How will disruptive socio-economic trends and breakthrough technologies impact municipal financial sustainability and how should local government adapt to accommodate these developments? Louis Fourie, Senior Business Consultant for Aurecon, addressed […]
An estimated 600 million people in Africa live without access to electricity, the majority of which are in remote communities requiring major capital expenditure and time to get connected […]
The City of Johannesburg could soon have control over the operations of City Power, Joburg Water and Pikitup. This was announced by the city’s mayor Herman Mashaba on Sunday. Mashaba […]
Municipalities and secondary cities cannot afford for South Africans to directly receive electricity from Eskom. This view comes from Eyal Shevel, sector head of corporate and public sector ratings at […]
Opinion piece by Bruce Raw, Energy Programme Manager at GreenCape The process of grid liberalisation is already underway in South Africa, but rather than being seen as threat, it presents opportunities for […]