African Utility Week

Ed’s Note | The time for globalisation is now 

The need for reinvention is due to the energy revolution, which is upon us and exerting its forces from inside and outside the energy system.
innovative solar subsidy

India to take lead in utility-scale PV

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) expects the 5 GW Ladakh solar farm to be the world’s largest, surpassing China’s 3...
energy storage market

China’s energy storage market to hit $6bn by 2024

The China energy storage market is forecast to climb from its current market value of more than $700 million to over $6...
solar PV projects

World Bank, Pakistan ink $100m solar deal

On Wednesday, the World Bank and the government of Pakistan signed a $100 million agreement for the development of the Sindh Solar...
Desertification

Fifteen initiatives fighting climate change, honoured at COP24

Fifteen game-changing initiatives in 14 countries were honoured as winners of the United Nations Climate Action Award at a special ceremony at the COP24 in Poland this week.
energy storage market

China: EVs to boost lithium-ion battery market

It is anticipated that the Chinese lithium-ion battery market size will increase at a positive double digit CAGR during the period 2017-2022.
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.
global warming

Ed’s Note | Beware of extenuating climate change conditions

How governments, corporates and individuals react to climate change today will have far-reaching consequences from which there are no solutions.
ESI Africa 2019 Media Information

ESI Africa 2019 media information now available

Fill in the form below to access our 2019 media information document.   Who are we? ESI Africa - Africa’s leading power and energy journal - is...
Smart wireless solutions

Smart wireless solutions transform your utility

Combating theft and improving the quality of supply in low voltage distribution networks is the way forward for a sustainable utility business, writes Sipho Mthembu, managing director of Izembe Technologies.

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