Nigeria 4IR Technology IoT

The Big Question: Is Nigeria embracing the 4IR?

Nigeria is no stranger to an industry revolution – having taken the route to privatisation and unbundling its energy market but are they embracing the 4IR?
communicating meters

Accelerating the shift to communicating meters

Legislation and the evolving grid are pushing utilities to an increasingly data-heavy environment, which is driving the demand for communicating meters.
Refilwe Mokgosi AMEU president

Women in Energy: No room for complacency says AMEU president

The AMEU president, Refilwe Mokgosi, is a role model for women as she sets high goals and expects nothing less than “great!” results from hard work.
AMI

Taking the AMI route to market

Case study into the AMIplus Smart City Wroclaw project, one of the largest advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and smart metering deployments in Poland.
distribution networks

Technical aspects to planning and designing LV distribution networks

Using the Kenyan low voltage (LV) network as an example, the following checklist will endeavour to make for easier planning and safer designs.
Joan Chahenza

Women in Energy: $1 billion dollars in negotiations

Renewable energy finance professional, Joan Chahenza, has contributed to structuring and tariff setting for projects totalling over $1 billion.
renewable energy sector

Women in Energy: She moved her cheese to tackle electrical losses

Women in energy: Meet Kagiso Roseline Kgowe, an ECSA Candidate Engineer who is on a continuous professional development path in the engineering market.
women in energy

Women in Energy | Fusing of industrial and energy markets

Exclusive interview with Women in Energy: Introducing Eng Jennifer A. Gache née Nyambala who is actively engaged in driving market development at the EAC.

‘Meters online’ breathe new life into energy management

Encapsulated in the evolution of the electricity supply industry currently underway are various technology advancements – and at the pinnacle of progress sits the...

The Big Question: East Africa’s development

Even though energy, water, transportation, and ICT infrastructure growth is often hindered by policy uncertainty and lack of funding there are impressive success stories unfolding...

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