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  • South Africa: Government to Decide On Nuclear Procurement Process Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 10:11:15 GMT
    [SAnews.gov.za]Pretoria -The Department of Energy on Wednesday announced that government will decide on which procurement method will be used to acquire 9 600MW of nuclear power.
  • South Africa: Ticking Down - SA's Energy Clockwork Orange Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 09:18:24 GMT
    [Daily Maverick]It is hard to be optimistic about where we, as South Africans, find ourselves with our electricity system. The electrification of many areas in communities that once did not have access to electricity counts as a post-democratic success story but the chronic under-investment in our electrical infrastructure meant that we were merely kicking the required-investment can down the road.
  • Tanzania: TANESCO Chief Did Not Evaluate Wife's Tender - Witness Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 10:19:02 GMT
    [Daily News]FORMER Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) Managing Director, William Mhando, was not among members of the team that evaluated a tender for supply of stationeries which was awarded to a company owned by his wife.
  • Zimbabwe: Power Utility in Prepaid Meters Dilemma Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:18:06 GMT
    [The Herald]Nearly 100 000 houses in Harare and Bulawayo have looped connections that are not compatible with prepaid metering technology, making it difficult for Zesa to install new units on them.The houses are found mostly in old suburbs such as Highfield, Mbare, Old Mabvuku, Epworth in Harare while Bulawayo has areas such as Makokoba, Mpopoma and Iminyela. The looped connection is a system where many houses are connected to one bulk meter.
  • Zimbabwe: ZESA Load-Shedding to Continue Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:33:53 GMT
    [The Herald]ZESA Holdings has warned that its intensified load-shedding will last at least another three weeks, blaming reduced imports and depressed power generation at Hwange and Kariba.The power utility yesterday gave several reasons for failing to meet the nation's power needs, including prioritising winter wheat farming and Mozambique's decision to reduce power supplies to Zimbabwe.

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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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  • South Africa: Government to Decide On Nuclear Procurement Process Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 10:11:15 GMT
    [SAnews.gov.za]Pretoria -The Department of Energy on Wednesday announced that government will decide on which procurement method will be used to acquire 9 600MW of nuclear power.
  • South Africa: Ticking Down - SA's Energy Clockwork Orange Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 09:18:24 GMT
    [Daily Maverick]It is hard to be optimistic about where we, as South Africans, find ourselves with our electricity system. The electrification of many areas in communities that once did not have access to electricity counts as a post-democratic success story but the chronic under-investment in our electrical infrastructure meant that we were merely kicking the required-investment can down the road.
  • Tanzania: TANESCO Chief Did Not Evaluate Wife's Tender - Witness Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 10:19:02 GMT
    [Daily News]FORMER Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) Managing Director, William Mhando, was not among members of the team that evaluated a tender for supply of stationeries which was awarded to a company owned by his wife.
  • Zimbabwe: Power Utility in Prepaid Meters Dilemma Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:18:06 GMT
    [The Herald]Nearly 100 000 houses in Harare and Bulawayo have looped connections that are not compatible with prepaid metering technology, making it difficult for Zesa to install new units on them.The houses are found mostly in old suburbs such as Highfield, Mbare, Old Mabvuku, Epworth in Harare while Bulawayo has areas such as Makokoba, Mpopoma and Iminyela. The looped connection is a system where many houses are connected to one bulk meter.
  • Zimbabwe: ZESA Load-Shedding to Continue Published Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:33:53 GMT
    [The Herald]ZESA Holdings has warned that its intensified load-shedding will last at least another three weeks, blaming reduced imports and depressed power generation at Hwange and Kariba.The power utility yesterday gave several reasons for failing to meet the nation's power needs, including prioritising winter wheat farming and Mozambique's decision to reduce power supplies to Zimbabwe.
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