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  • Mainstream to operate Ghana’s first utility-scale wind farm Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:16:13 +0000
    Wind and solar giant Mainstream Renewable Power has sealed a deal to buy and operate Ghana’s first utility-scale wind farm. Under an agreement announced yesterday, Mainstream will co-develop the 225 megawatt (MW) AyitepaWind Farm with Swiss developer NEK Umwelttechnik until financial close next year. Mainstream will then manage the operations and maintenance of the wind […]
  • Nigeria close to putting transmission assets up for sale Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:10:12 +0000
    Nigeria has hinted that it will consider selling off its national electricity transmission company as the state-run entity struggles to supply sufficient power to the country, Power Minister Chinedu Nebo told Bloomberg. Mr Nebo said he had already received interest from investors totaling US$20 billion for the assets of the only remaining government-controlled part of […]
  • SA treasury bails out Eskom following threat of junk credit rating Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:06:13 +0000
    South Africa’s National Treasury has stepped in with a bailout package for Eskom after Standard & Poor’s said it might downgrade the state utility’s credit rating. Pretoria-based National Treasury said in a statement yesterday: “Cabinet approved a package to support a strong and sustainable Eskom to ensure that the energy security of the country is maintained, […]
  • Private energy sector must play bigger role, says SA industry Published Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:58:14 +0000
    South Africa needs to reform its power purchase agreements, said head of the South African National Energy Association. Managing director Brian Day was among other industry players at a trade seminar in Johannesburg last week that called for greater private-sector participation in selling electricity in southern Africa and in the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP), reports Business […]
  • Eskom sets deadline for linking Medupi to power grid Published Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:47:04 +0000
    National power utility Eskom has issued a timetable for the linking of Medupi power station to the national grid in a bid to reassure all stakeholders that the project is on track. The utility expects to connect the first of six units at the new coal-fired plant on December 24 when power demand will be light, […]

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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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Why Exhibit?

- 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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  • Mainstream to operate Ghana’s first utility-scale wind farm Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:16:13 +0000
    Wind and solar giant Mainstream Renewable Power has sealed a deal to buy and operate Ghana’s first utility-scale wind farm. Under an agreement announced yesterday, Mainstream will co-develop the 225 megawatt (MW) AyitepaWind Farm with Swiss developer NEK Umwelttechnik until financial close next year. Mainstream will then manage the operations and maintenance of the wind […]
  • Nigeria close to putting transmission assets up for sale Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:10:12 +0000
    Nigeria has hinted that it will consider selling off its national electricity transmission company as the state-run entity struggles to supply sufficient power to the country, Power Minister Chinedu Nebo told Bloomberg. Mr Nebo said he had already received interest from investors totaling US$20 billion for the assets of the only remaining government-controlled part of […]
  • SA treasury bails out Eskom following threat of junk credit rating Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:06:13 +0000
    South Africa’s National Treasury has stepped in with a bailout package for Eskom after Standard & Poor’s said it might downgrade the state utility’s credit rating. Pretoria-based National Treasury said in a statement yesterday: “Cabinet approved a package to support a strong and sustainable Eskom to ensure that the energy security of the country is maintained, […]
  • Private energy sector must play bigger role, says SA industry Published Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:58:14 +0000
    South Africa needs to reform its power purchase agreements, said head of the South African National Energy Association. Managing director Brian Day was among other industry players at a trade seminar in Johannesburg last week that called for greater private-sector participation in selling electricity in southern Africa and in the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP), reports Business […]
  • Eskom sets deadline for linking Medupi to power grid Published Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:47:04 +0000
    National power utility Eskom has issued a timetable for the linking of Medupi power station to the national grid in a bid to reassure all stakeholders that the project is on track. The utility expects to connect the first of six units at the new coal-fired plant on December 24 when power demand will be light, […]
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