Digital Energy Festival for Africa
Date: 24 - 26 November 2020 Location: Virtually Website The (digital) show will go...
Exclusive interview with Jay Taneja, e-GUIDE Initiative Project Lead at the Rockefeller Foundation.
Ten months into his tenure as Eskom CEO, André de Ruyter is pushing ahead with unbundling the debt-ridden state power utility in a bid to attract private investment.
The demand-side revolution has begun. Aired by moderator Aaron Leopold, this was the key message at a fast-paced talk entitled “Building resilient incomes to ensure sustainable business models” on the second day of Digital Africa Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa on Wednesday.
We look at how Africa is transitioning and the associated business opportunities.
Six companies, specialised in biomass valorisation, have teamed up to develop new business initiatives in South Africa using solid (woody) biomass.
Considering falling precipitation and changing weather patterns throughout Africa, the business case for small scale hydropower in decentralised areas is looking up.
Over the past decade, millions of people have gained access to electricity for the first time, in large part due to technology and business model innovation.
The countdown to the continent’s largest gathering space for the utility industry has started with an announcement that Eskom’s CEO will be in a one-on-one session during the event’s opening session on 24 November.
During this year’s opening session of the Digital African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa on 24 November, André de Ruyter will open up about his time so far at South Africa’s state utility.