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2016 – African Utility Week Supplement

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Smart metering for low-end utility customers

Though a utility’s low-end customer base may not contribute substantially to its revenue, the Batho Pele (People First) paradigm still requires that they receive the same level of service as their higher-end counterparts. That is,...

Network intelligence for active network management

In many African countries, generation shortfall is being addressed through investment in large-scale renewable energy sources plus significant growth in distributed energy resources and other low carbon technologies. Across the region, there is great...

Get the scoop on often-overlooked African energy sector opportunities

Africa is becoming an increasingly attractive place for foreign investors due to various economic, political and social reforms that are taking place on the continent, resulting in an enabling business environment conducive to foreign...

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