Enlit Africa

About Enlit Africa 2021

Date: 11-13 May 2021 Location: Cape Town, South Africa Website Enlit Africa will...
DAUW opening session

Eskom CEO’s push for cost-reflective tariffs welcomed

“Definitely, the taxpayer in South Africa is quite tired of having to foot the bill for mismanagement and maladministration…”
investment in South African biomass industry

Biomass beneficiation has huge potential for South Africa

Digital African Utility Week will feature a masterclass to explain the business opportunities in biomass for local authorities and companies.

Recording: Iris Automation and drone technology

Informative conversation on safety avionics technology, Detect-and-Avoid systems and aviation policy services for commercial drones.

Webinar recording: Smart energy reimagining your digital utility

Advice for utilities to achieve cost reduction, revenue management and enhanced customer services when pivoting to digital.

Webinar recording: G3-PLC technology for smart grid in Africa

What are the benefits of using G3-PLC in comparison to other communication tools? Watch this session to find out.
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter keynote at AUW

Eskom CEO addresses utility’s stability at #AUW-PGAF

"One has got to keep the focus on turning the business around."

Webinar recording: Water PPPs as an alternative procurement methodology

What has been the experience of the public sector in Africa with individual PPPs? How many water PPPs are operational in Africa? These are some of the questions that were addressed during this session.
Enlit Africa rebrand

African Utility Week announces new brand and vision: Enlit Africa

“Our new brand will continue to be Africa’s premier meeting place for the entire power, energy and water value chain."
e-GUIDE logo

e-GUIDE: “We see diversity in consumption”

The Electricity Consumption Prediction service will allow utilities and off-grid companies alike to identify where opportunities exist to stimulate consumption.

Webinar recording: Africa’s power generation

In this webinar, we challenged industry experts to address what the power generation market in Africa realistically can expect in terms of conducting business.

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