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Gathering water and hydro experts

Water and hydropower are always key topics and discussion points at the annual African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape Town, which has been moved from 12-14 May 2020 to 24-26 November 2020...

African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa postponed to November

“Committed to running the event this year.” The long-running power and energy conference and exhibition African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa has been postponed to November due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, which...

FUTURE CITIES INTERVIEW: “The big take-outs from Covid 19 seem to be the imperative...

Exclusive interview with Anton Cartwright, a researcher at the African Centre for Cities and a featured speaker in the Future Cities track at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape...

Power players urge closer look at procurement

Key power sector stakeholders say best practice in procurement, deal structuring and financing models have a crucial role to play in ensuring a sustainable power sector across Africa. This emerged...

Africa’s biggest power event set to fast-track deals

Africa’s power sector is undergoing radical transformation, and innovation will be key to survival and meeting future demands, delegates heard at the opening of POWER-GEN Africa and DistribuTECH Africa in Cape...

African power event set to fast-track power deals

Power sector event, POWER-GEN Africa, co-located with DistribuTECH Africa in Cape Town next month, is stepping up its capacity to bring about change in Africa’s power sector, with the launch of...

SA Business moves to backup plans as power crisis continues

South African enterprises are moving toward multi-faceted power plans as the power crisis shows no sign of coming to an end in the foreseeable future, say power sector experts on the...

Biting the bullet – key to overcoming power crisis

There are no short-term solutions to South Africa’s current power crisis – the solution lies in a combination of strategy, demand-side interventions and an effective maintenance programme, say members of the...

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