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  • Samuel John Agbogun, CEO, Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Limited/Gte Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:28:38 +0000
    Samuel John Agbogun’s top 3 predictions for the power sector in 2014: Improved and Stable Power Supply Enhanced Electricity market development Attraction of Investment and Job creation Click here to view the full profile on our digital platform ESI Africa resources 50 most influential figures in Southern African power 60 most influential figures in East […]
  • Additional bidders for REIPPP window 3 and base load procurement programme in SA Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:33:51 +0000
    South Africa’s department of energy (DoE) has announced that it will follow due procurement process to include additional bidders under the renewable energy independent power producer programme (REIPPP) bid window three .At the end of 2013, South Africa’s DoE announced preferred bidders under window three of the REIPPP. During that announcement it indicated it would […]
  • SA revises its solar water heating programme Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:33:38 +0000
    South Africa’s department of energy (DoE) says that the country’s effort to introduce a new procurement model for the national solar water heating (SWH) programme is at an advanced stage. Government has decided to stop the subsidisation of imported SWH systems in favour of local manufacturing to increase job creation, industrialisation and the socio-economic impact […]
  • South Africa’s gas masterplan due out in May 2014 for consultation Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:31:08 +0000
    South Africa’s government has expressed the desire to increase uptake and usage of gas in the country’s economy. This takes into account the potential of shale gas to make the country energy independent. Gas will also help reduce the current demand on the electricity grid. The master plan includes infrastructure development options, including pipelines and […]
  • First Kusile unit to be complete in fourth quarter of 2015 Published Tue, 15 Apr 2014 06:53:56 +0000
    The Kusile power station, located close to the existing Kendal power station in the Nkangala district of the Mpumalanga will consist of six units each rated at approximately 800 MW installed capacity giving a total of 4,800 MW. As such it will be one of the largest coal-fired power stations in the world, once finished. […]
 

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  • Samuel John Agbogun, CEO, Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Limited/Gte Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:28:38 +0000
    Samuel John Agbogun’s top 3 predictions for the power sector in 2014: Improved and Stable Power Supply Enhanced Electricity market development Attraction of Investment and Job creation Click here to view the full profile on our digital platform ESI Africa resources 50 most influential figures in Southern African power 60 most influential figures in East […]
  • Additional bidders for REIPPP window 3 and base load procurement programme in SA Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:33:51 +0000
    South Africa’s department of energy (DoE) has announced that it will follow due procurement process to include additional bidders under the renewable energy independent power producer programme (REIPPP) bid window three .At the end of 2013, South Africa’s DoE announced preferred bidders under window three of the REIPPP. During that announcement it indicated it would […]
  • SA revises its solar water heating programme Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:33:38 +0000
    South Africa’s department of energy (DoE) says that the country’s effort to introduce a new procurement model for the national solar water heating (SWH) programme is at an advanced stage. Government has decided to stop the subsidisation of imported SWH systems in favour of local manufacturing to increase job creation, industrialisation and the socio-economic impact […]
  • South Africa’s gas masterplan due out in May 2014 for consultation Published Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:31:08 +0000
    South Africa’s government has expressed the desire to increase uptake and usage of gas in the country’s economy. This takes into account the potential of shale gas to make the country energy independent. Gas will also help reduce the current demand on the electricity grid. The master plan includes infrastructure development options, including pipelines and […]
  • First Kusile unit to be complete in fourth quarter of 2015 Published Tue, 15 Apr 2014 06:53:56 +0000
    The Kusile power station, located close to the existing Kendal power station in the Nkangala district of the Mpumalanga will consist of six units each rated at approximately 800 MW installed capacity giving a total of 4,800 MW. As such it will be one of the largest coal-fired power stations in the world, once finished. […]
 
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