The integration of distributed resources to the electricity network opens an opportunity for utilities to move to digitisation.
Currently, the energy generation mix is undiversified, added to this, the demand for power in sub-Saharan Africa is expected to more than triple by 2040.
The success of our industry depends on active engagement and flow of information between stakeholders and decision-makers, says Ifeoma Malo.
Digital African Utility Week will feature a masterclass to explain the business opportunities in biomass for local authorities and companies.
Business and markets
"One has got to keep the focus on turning the business around."
In this chat, Philip Dingle, marketing director at Lucy Electric, talks about what digitalisation means in the context of Africa’s utility landscape.
Women in Energy
The world of work is profoundly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and this is especially true of the energy sector.
“Let’s power people now” is the tag line of solar home system company upOwa in Cameroon – it’s a message that expresses a sense of urgency.
ESI Africa in partnership with Camco Clean Energy, brings you an exclusive interview with Karl Boyce, CEO of Rwanda-based mini-grid developer ARC Power.