Future Energy Nigeria

Future Energy Nigeria speaks out ahead of conference

The programme director for the upcoming Future Energy Nigeria conference speaks openly about the trends and challenges in this powerful west African market.
Future Energy Nigeria

Future Energy Nigeria: reimagining a global market

Future Energy Nigeria 2018 presents practical solutions in metering and more that will have an immediate impact on utilities and large power users.
off-grid markets

Finding the necessary talent to lead off-grid markets

As distributed renewable enterprises ramp up sales and expand across Africa, finding the necessary talent to meet these rising demands is becoming harder within the off-grid markets.

South Africa’s REIPPP round 5: can we expect a delay?

The terms and conditions of REIPPP bid window Round 5, scheduled to be announced next month, will be based on the outcomes of the public hearings.
air pollution

South Africa: World’s largest air pollution hotspot is Mpumalanga

The European Space Agency’s analysis reveals the world’s largest NO2 air pollution hotspots across six continents in the most detail to date.

Renewables to remain key part of SA energy mix

ESI Africa speaks to Taru Madangombe, VP Energy Division Southern Africa from Schneider Electric, around the local renewables market and where it is headed.

Parliament heeds oral submissions on the draft IRP

On Tuesday, Parliament held oral submission with regards to the draft IRP, giving the public to participate in process before the deadline reaches.

Megaprojects remain in vogue

I recently travelled to Egypt to visit a newly-unveiled megaproject that needed a firsthand experience to truly appreciate its scale. Originally published in the ESI...
social innovation

Op-Ed: Africa’s high-tech path to energy inclusion

Digital technologies are helping sub-Saharan African countries tap new sources of capital as they seek ways to close the energy access gap, writes Ben Good, CEO of Energy 4 Impact.
South Africa

South Africa risks losing its strategic nuclear leading role

South Africa stands at the precipice of anonymity and risks losing its permanent seat at the IAEA Board of Governors, writes Gaopalelwe Santswere.

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