Energy management

Viable reasons to modernise your energy management systems

The energy-intensive user market stands to optimise assets when deploying energy management systems via digital technologies.
EAC

Pathway to revolutionise regional energy markets

Examining the EAC's (East African Community’s) energy sector can reveal information on how neighbouring countries can benefit from interdependence.
Energy efficiency

The Big Question | How to achieve high levels of energy...

Energy efficiency sits at the centre of achieving the ambitions set out in the Nationally Determined Contributions announced as part of the Paris Agreement at COP21.
Voltage analytics

Outage management: use your transformer voltage analytics

Did you know that a drop of as little as a half volt at one meter as compared to the average of others on...
IT/OT convergence

Exploring the viability of IT/OT convergence in the power utility sector

Advances in innovation have pushed operational technology (OT) to relinquish its dominance of system control and monitoring to strike a partnership with information technology...
construction

Constructing an economy through skills transfer

The construction sector forms a big part of infrastructure development, but what happens to the growth of the economy when the construction sector faces drawbacks?
distributed energy

Rural energy holds an untapped jobs engine

William Brent is a leader at Power for All, writes about the potential of distributed energy in creating the much needed jobs in rural communities.
Future Energy East Africa

Mini-grids appraised as an energy access champion

Conversations at the 20th edition of the Future Energy East Africa conference in Nairobi, Kenya in September 2018 were indicative of a region embracing change.

Leveraging off-grid market trends to leapfrog electricity access

An estimated 90% of the population who will continue living without electricity access in 2030 are located in sub-Saharan Africa.
FDI

Will 2019 attract a bull or bear FDI market?

ESI Africa explores the impact that the African Renaissance 2.0 will have on foreign direct investments (FDI), which could result in a boost in infrastructure build.

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