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The organisers of Enlit Africa have confirmed that Eskom GCE André de Ruyter will once again be part of the opening session of the event on Tuesday morning, 26 October.
Enlit Africa has been connecting the utility industry on the continent for more than two decades and in the next edition will also bring back its popular water track.
There is an ever-increasing global demand for hydrogen and too little supply, and Africa could play an important role in the future value chain.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's announcement that the cap on self-generation without a licence will be raised to 100MW is a bold, but necessary move.
Successful deployment of Nigeria's first rural commercial undergrid minigrid shows power developers need not be seen as competition to utilities.
South Africa is in dire need of secure energy access, coupled with a clear pathway to decarbonisation.
Gwede Mantashe, South Africa's Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, and Professor Malegapuru Makgoba, Chairman of the Board of Eskom, will be speaking at Enlit Africa.
Can Africa carve out a role for itself in the burgeoning hydrogen market? Find out at the upcoming Enlit Africa, taking place from 8 to 10 June 2021.
Enlit Africa will provide visionary discussion on the "5Ds of the energy transition", namely: decarbonisation, decentralisation, democratisation, digitalisation and deregulation.
Exclusive interview with Jay Taneja, e-GUIDE Initiative Project Lead at the Rockefeller Foundation.