A fresh approach to South Africa’s power challenge

Seydou Kane, MD at Eaton Africa discusses how SA's government can balance its political role with practical, long-term solutions for the ailing utility.

President Buhari urged to declare Nigeria’s power sector a state of...

President Buhari is urged to declare a state of emergency in the power sector, as Nigeria generates about 4,000MW against a population of over 180 million.
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Ed’s Note | Has South Africa reached breaking point?

South Africa has become used to Eskom loadshedding but stage 4, implemented with little warning for citizens to prepare, has been met with anger.
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Consortium to aid Eskom through a loan facility

South Africa's electricity parastal, Eskom, has concluded a credit facility valued at R15 billion with a consortium of local and international banks. 

ESI Insights #16: Is Eskom’s privatisation possible?

This week, in collaboration with the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa, we look into the privatisation of Eskom.

Restructuring Nigeria’s energy market inaugurates the Transitional Electricity Market

The Nigeria electricity industry is set to enter a new phase in the form of the Transitional Electricity Market (TEM) which transforms the industry...

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