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Metering, Billing/CRM West Africa 2015: Conference day 2

Wednesday 25 November 2015

Session 3.2.1

Reducing Commercial Losses: Integrated Payment Systems

  • Latest technology for upgrading payment systems
  • Strategies for revenue collection from government agencies & secretariats
  • Assessing the creditability of customers for payback

Alex Osei, ‎ General Manager, MIS, Electricity Company Of Ghana, Ghana

Pdf-Download-ButtonSpeakers include:
Rens Bindeman, Technical Adviser, Southern Africa Revenue Protection Association (SARPA), South Africa
Tunde Isaacs, Managing Director, FLT Energy Systems, Nigeria

Pdf-Download-ButtonVera Veronica Ngozi Osuhor, Managing Director, System/Market Operations of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Nigeria

Session 3.2.2

Metering: Ending Energy Theft & Strengthening Cash Flow

  • Changing attitudes of non-payment
  • What schemes could we implement to ensure customers afford meter?
  • Completing an Energy Audit: Identification of service addresses & customers

Ing. Tetteh Okyne ,Director of Operations, Electricity Company of Ghana, Ghana

Pdf-Download-ButtonIndustry address:
Chris Beale, Director – Electricity Solutions Marketing Prepayment and CMS, ITRON, UK

Edgar Ernest, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer, Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC), Nigeria
Chantelle Abdul, Chief Executive Officer, Mojec, Nigeria
Tunde Isaacs, Managing Director, FLT Energy Systems, Nigeria

Session 3.2.3

Smart Metering Optimisation

  • How can digital utilities transform customer experience?
  • Meter standardisation: Solutions for digital connectivity
  • Key considerations when planning your smart meter roll out?
  • Interpreting and making sense of the data collected from smart meters

Rens Bindeman
, Technical Adviser, Southern Africa Revenue Protection Association (SARPA), South Africa

Speakers include:

Abiodun Ajifowobaje, Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer, Ikeja Electric, Nigeria
Pdf-Download-ButtonArinzechukwu Okonkwo
, Industry Value Senior Advisor for the Energy and Natural Resources, SAP, Africa

Session 3.1.4

Projects in the Pipeline: Outlining the Vast Investment Potential of the Regional Power Market

  • Assessing performance improvement & reform requirements
  • Facilitating meaningful stakeholder consultations to ensure the success of transactions
  • An overview of WAPP interconnection, power generation & network synchronization projects taking full advantage of the multiple opportunities derivable from the regional electricity market

Philip Asante, Vice President, North and West Africa, CPCS, Canada

Speakers include:
Mustapha Zakaria-Cissé, Project Coordinator, West African Power Pool (WAPP), Benin
Opuiyo Oforiokuma, Chief Executive Officer, ARM-Harith Infrastructure Investment, Nigeria
Martin Mainz, Regional Director, DEG, Ghana
Matthew Burton, Director, Office of Economic Growth & Environment, USAID/Nigeria, USA

Close of Conference by Chairman
Eyo Ekpo,
Former Commissioner, NERC & Team Lead, Presidential Task Force on Power, Nigeria