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Tag: African Utility Week

Why electricity and water management will never be the same again

“There’s no doubt that renewable energy as well as smart technology are changing the way power and water utilities operate and deal with their customers. The industry is constantly challenged and...

R1bn mark in sight for Eskom’s Operation Khanyisa

The Operation Khanyisa campaign, established under Eskom’s Energy Losses Management Programme with a mandate of fighting electricity theft in South Africa, is approaching the R1bn mark in recovery of revenue and...

Cape Town becomes Africa’s energy capital this week

The newly-appointed acting CEO of Eskom, Brian Molefe, will deliver the keynote address on Tuesday 12 May, the opening day of the upcoming African Utility Week at the CTICC in Cape Town. ...

African Utility Week 2015 Industry Awards finalists announced

With less than three weeks left until we reveal the winners, the second annual African Utility Week Industry Awards shortlist has been announced. Our esteemed panel of judges has reviewed all...

African Utility Week to gather renewable experts

The recent announcement from the Department of Energy that it has approved 13 new renewable IPP bids “signals the strong commitment of the South African government to continue renewable energy deployment.”...

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Engen brings drought and fire relief to farmers

Engen, South Africa’s favourite petrol station*, has stepped up to assist drought-stricken farming communities in Sutherland in the Eastern Cape as well as areas in the...

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