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Initiate! Student Impact Challenge programme

Initiate! launched the Student Impact Challenge programme at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in 2019 with four teams selected from African universities. The...

What effect could embedded generation have on your business?

All business eyes are on the DMRE ministry, awaiting the gazetting of the amendment to Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act that pushes the self-generation threshold up to 100MW.
smart village competition

Competition: IEEE smart village next-gen student paper 2021

High school, undergraduate and postgraduate students are invited to send their smart village papers on the topic of Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Africa - Technology, Applications, Benefits and Challenges. Deadline 23 July 2021.

Podcast: LPG to power

A conversation with Christoph Reimnitz, World LPG Association Between the 8 and 10th June this year, Enlit Africa hosted a digital event in which we...

Introducing the Initiate Young Talent Challenge 2021 winner

The Initiate programme have chosen Kingsley Akpeji, as the winner of their Young Talent Challenge. Initiate is the Enlit Africa hub for start-ups, innovators, postgraduate students and young talent to meet the utility professionals, corporate executives, public sector innovators and investors to discuss, share and pilot ideas.
Investments in renewables need to triple in order to scale capacity

Webinar 7 July: Embedded generation in future electricity systems of the global south

This discussion covers the various perspectives – geographic, policy, economic and technological while exploring whether embedded generation would provide a much-needed solution to environmentally sustainable electricity systems.