The East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC) and co-located Water Utilities East Africa, has highlighted opportunities within the Tanzanian power and water sectors to the more than 300 delegates and exhibitors who are attending the event.
Friday 7 September will see the first of a series of meetings of the African Utility Week Brand Ambassadors. These meetings will be used as kick off points to the development of the conference programme where discussions will centre around the most pertinent topics, themes and speakers for African Utility Week 2013.
Increased government regulations in the smart homes arena could help shape the future of the smart homes market says Smart Homes 2012 director Ed Butler. The event will gather the leading minds in the smart homes industry in Amsterdam in October and forms part of the largest European utilities event with more than 6500 energy professionals attending.
Interview with Carole Rosenlund, Project Manager, ICH - International Centre for Hydropower, Trondheim, Norway. Carole is a speaker and panelist in the Clean Power Africa conference closing session on: “Human capital development and retention in Clean Energy”.Can you give us some background in terms of your position at the ICH with regards to skills management etc.
The annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition has solidified its reputation as the continent’s largest exhibition for utilities and large industrial end users with record visitor and exhibitor numbers.