City of Cape Town
The City of Cape Town seeks to develop its own clean electricity capacity without requiring the national energy minister’s permission.
Transmission and Distribution
The Africa-focused COVID-19: Utility Crisis Management webinar showed how utilities were coping under lockdown conditions.
Finance and Policy
Over 20 municipalities in the Western Cape Province are ready to go ahead with the procurement of energy directly from Independent Power Producers.
An open market in South Africa will enhance electricity consumers' ability to generate power for own, which is currently reined in by outdated regulation.
Dr Sam Duby, TFE Energy's Africa Director, asks whether the 2020 SONA is the first shaft of light heralding the end of South Africa’s energy dark ages.
Three students that participated in Enel Foundation's Open Africa Power 2020 programme, give their impression of the programme.
Electricity supply within the large power users market will be addressed at the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape Town from 12-14 May.
The University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business will host the third edition of Open Africa Power, an initiative by the Enel Foundation.
The City’s court case in which it seeks clarity with respect to the role of municipalities in the purchase of electricity from sources other than just Eskom is a ground-breaking issue..." says City of Cape Town's Executive Director of Energy.