DAY THREE: Best of Enlit Africa digital event agenda

Day three of Enlit Africa digital event takes a very forward-looking approach with its focus on Initiate (aimed at young professionals), smart grids and future systems.

DAY TWO: Best of Enlit Africa digital event agenda

Day two at Enlit Africa digital event has a heavy focus on all matters utility related including communication technology and climate finance to support long-term infrastructure growth.

DAY ONE: Best of Enlit Africa digital event agenda

Enlit Africa digital event kicks off with a Siemens sponsored keynote address that addressed this year’s content theme, the 5Ds of the energy transition.
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Grant to improve Nigeria’s inland waterways operations announced

Afreximbank and NEXIM have greenlit a joint $750,000 grant that will bridge the gap in maritime transport infrastructure and improve trade in the region in line with the AfCFTA.
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Energy investments set to rebound to pre-pandemic levels by 10%

Global energy investments set to recover in 2021 but remain far from a net zero pathway as not enough investment is going into clean energy, especially in emerging markets and developing economies, new IEA report finds.
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World must scale up training to meet global wind power demand

The global wind industry needs to train more than 480,000 more people to Global Wind Organisation standards over the next five years to meet global wind power market demand in line with health and safety standards.
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OLUSOLA LAWSON on financing renewable energy markets

During a conversation with ESI Africa, Olusola Lawson addressed financing Africa’s post-COVID-19 recovery and the factors hindering renewable energy market growth.

A splash of triumphs – editor’s column

The journal that you’ve been following for years, or newly discovered, is quietly celebrating twenty-five years in the industry.

Fuel flexible gas turbines as enablers for decarbonisation in South Africa

Nosizwe Dlengezele, regional sales executive at GE Gas Power, shares her insights into best practices using gas alongside other technologies as a low-cost power-on-demand solution to address the carbon emission factor.
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Why smart meter adoption in Africa lacks cohesion

In response to the challenges of non-technical losses, strategic revenue collection methods such as the deployment of smart meters has risen. But has adoption been successful?

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