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  • SA Cabinet tables Grand Inga treaty Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 10:38:12 +0000
    Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Minister, Jeff Radebe announced the ratification of the treaty on the Grand Inga hydropower project following Cabinet’s fortnightly meeting in Pretoria on Wednesday. The tabling of the treaty, signed between South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) “paves the way for the development of Inga 3, which will provide […]
  • 2014 renewable energy investments in sub-Saharan Africa to reach $5.9 billion Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 09:15:10 +0000
    Bloomberg reports that renewable energy investments in sub-Saharan Africa (predominantly South Africa, Kenya and Ethiopia) will in 2014 reach the $5.9 billion mark, and grow to $7.7 billion in 2016. These investments far-outweigh any efforts to increase renewable capacity in the region between 2000 and 2013. Approximately 1.8 gigawatts of wind and solar power capacity, […]
  • Net 1’s Sun-e-light powering rural households Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 08:13:01 +0000
    Net1 Mobile Solutions has created a solar-powered lamp and charger, the ‘Sun-e-light’, giving rural households access to solar lighting as well as affording them increased digital connectivity.  The lamp operates as a mobile phone charger and wi-fi hotspot giving users access to the internet. The idea behind the Sun-e-light was to provide connectivity to rural […]
  • Eskom’s new boss Matona under pressure on power stations Published Thu, 21 Aug 2014 09:54:19 +0000
    South African political opposition party Democratic Alliance (DA) is using the appointment of new Eskom boss Tshediso Matona to demand greater transparency on the delayed construction of two power plants. Natasha Michael MP, Shadow Minister of Public Enterprises at the DA, said the party planned to write to Mr Matona to request an urgent meeting […]
  • ESBI in running for major role in Botswana electricity network Published Thu, 21 Aug 2014 09:51:44 +0000
    Irish energy company ESB International (ESBI) is reported to be in talks to run Botswana’s electricity network amid Chinese contractors pulling out from state-owned Botswana Power Corporation (BPC). An ESBI spokesman told Irish newspaper The Herald that members of Botswana’s government and BPC contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ireland with the view to having ESBI […]
 

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Africa Electricity Exhibition and Conference showcases a wide range of products and services for the Power, Lighting, New & Renewable, Nuclear and Water sectors.

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- Access a highly targeted audience of key decision makers
- Develop your contact network and connect with your customers
- Promote your latest products and services
- Gain insight into competitor activity
- Raise awareness of your company in the region
- Build strong business relationships through face-to-face contact

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Why Africa?

- Africa's demand for electricity is expected to grow at an annual rate of 3% over the next 20 years
- Africa requires an additional 300 GW of capacity to meet demand
- South Africa aims to generate 42% of its energy from renewables and add 9600 MW of new nuclear capacity by 2030
- The current water value chain needs around US$66 billion worth of investment

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Industry News

  • SA Cabinet tables Grand Inga treaty Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 10:38:12 +0000
    Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Minister, Jeff Radebe announced the ratification of the treaty on the Grand Inga hydropower project following Cabinet’s fortnightly meeting in Pretoria on Wednesday. The tabling of the treaty, signed between South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) “paves the way for the development of Inga 3, which will provide […]
  • 2014 renewable energy investments in sub-Saharan Africa to reach $5.9 billion Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 09:15:10 +0000
    Bloomberg reports that renewable energy investments in sub-Saharan Africa (predominantly South Africa, Kenya and Ethiopia) will in 2014 reach the $5.9 billion mark, and grow to $7.7 billion in 2016. These investments far-outweigh any efforts to increase renewable capacity in the region between 2000 and 2013. Approximately 1.8 gigawatts of wind and solar power capacity, […]
  • Net 1’s Sun-e-light powering rural households Published Fri, 22 Aug 2014 08:13:01 +0000
    Net1 Mobile Solutions has created a solar-powered lamp and charger, the ‘Sun-e-light’, giving rural households access to solar lighting as well as affording them increased digital connectivity.  The lamp operates as a mobile phone charger and wi-fi hotspot giving users access to the internet. The idea behind the Sun-e-light was to provide connectivity to rural […]
  • Eskom’s new boss Matona under pressure on power stations Published Thu, 21 Aug 2014 09:54:19 +0000
    South African political opposition party Democratic Alliance (DA) is using the appointment of new Eskom boss Tshediso Matona to demand greater transparency on the delayed construction of two power plants. Natasha Michael MP, Shadow Minister of Public Enterprises at the DA, said the party planned to write to Mr Matona to request an urgent meeting […]
  • ESBI in running for major role in Botswana electricity network Published Thu, 21 Aug 2014 09:51:44 +0000
    Irish energy company ESB International (ESBI) is reported to be in talks to run Botswana’s electricity network amid Chinese contractors pulling out from state-owned Botswana Power Corporation (BPC). An ESBI spokesman told Irish newspaper The Herald that members of Botswana’s government and BPC contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ireland with the view to having ESBI […]
 
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