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  • Africa: Climate Change, Energy, and Stopping the Ebola Epidemic Published Thu, 30 Oct 2014 09:11:06 GMT
    [Africa Progress Panel]Caroline Kende-Robb -Ebola has already dealt a catastrophic blow to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone - all emerging from the shadows of conflict - and far too many are still dying from one of the world's most virulent diseases. On current trajectories we can expect to see 1.4 million cases by the end of January 2015. As our Panel Chair, Kofi Annan, has repeatedly said, however, Ebola should not be a death sentence.
  • Rwanda: 50,000 Households in E. Province Get Electricity Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 07:13:35 GMT
    [New Times]At least 50,000 households in six districts in the Eastern Province have been connected to national electric grid, officials have said. The districts are Kirehe, Kayonza, Rwamagana, Ngoma, Gatsibo and Nyagatare.
  • Tanzania: Tanzania Trade, Energy Sector Gets U.S. $1 Billion Boost Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:40:10 GMT
    [Sabahi]The World Bank and the African Development Bank have agreed to grant Tanzania $1 billion to support electricity supply and trade infrastructure over the next two years, Tanzania's Daily News reported Thursday (October 30th).
  • Nigeria: Nerc Suspends Issuance of Fresh Electricity Power Licences Published Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:40:17 GMT
    [Guardian]Abuja -WORRIED that many of the licenses it issued in the past for electricity power generation were laying fallow, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) Wednesday suspended the issuance of further licenses, unless in special cases.
  • Nigeria: Law to Force Consumers Pay Electricity Bills Coming Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:56:48 GMT
    [Daily Trust]The National Assembly would soon come up with legislation that will compel electricity consumers to pay for energy consumed, a federal lawmaker has said.

Exhibit at Africa Electricity 2015

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?   Why Africa  
 

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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23-25 September 2013

 
2-4 October 2013

11 - 13 February 2014

11 - 13 February 2014
 
  • Africa: Climate Change, Energy, and Stopping the Ebola Epidemic Published Thu, 30 Oct 2014 09:11:06 GMT
    [Africa Progress Panel]Caroline Kende-Robb -Ebola has already dealt a catastrophic blow to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone - all emerging from the shadows of conflict - and far too many are still dying from one of the world's most virulent diseases. On current trajectories we can expect to see 1.4 million cases by the end of January 2015. As our Panel Chair, Kofi Annan, has repeatedly said, however, Ebola should not be a death sentence.
  • Rwanda: 50,000 Households in E. Province Get Electricity Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 07:13:35 GMT
    [New Times]At least 50,000 households in six districts in the Eastern Province have been connected to national electric grid, officials have said. The districts are Kirehe, Kayonza, Rwamagana, Ngoma, Gatsibo and Nyagatare.
  • Tanzania: Tanzania Trade, Energy Sector Gets U.S. $1 Billion Boost Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:40:10 GMT
    [Sabahi]The World Bank and the African Development Bank have agreed to grant Tanzania $1 billion to support electricity supply and trade infrastructure over the next two years, Tanzania's Daily News reported Thursday (October 30th).
  • Nigeria: Nerc Suspends Issuance of Fresh Electricity Power Licences Published Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:40:17 GMT
    [Guardian]Abuja -WORRIED that many of the licenses it issued in the past for electricity power generation were laying fallow, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) Wednesday suspended the issuance of further licenses, unless in special cases.
  • Nigeria: Law to Force Consumers Pay Electricity Bills Coming Published Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:56:48 GMT
    [Daily Trust]The National Assembly would soon come up with legislation that will compel electricity consumers to pay for energy consumed, a federal lawmaker has said.
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