Webinar 23 Feb: The question of coal in the energy transition

In this live webinar, ESI Africa, Enlit Africa and guest speakers will unpack the concern around the role of traditional generation in the energy transition where Africa’s more immediate problem is that of modernisation and expansion.

African Power & Energy Elites 2021: Preface

When you peel back the layers of complexity that have masked simple truths, the reasons why we have chosen our respective paths, you regain the balance and drive of rediscovering exactly where you need to go. For many reading this, it is to electrify each and every household on the African continent in ways that are affordable and sustainable.

Going digital to increase security and revenue

If revenue collection from electricity sales continues to fall in light of the ongoing pandemic, the impact could be devastating, says Conlog.

Guiding the market with purposeful leadership

As a South African commercial brand, Conlog is a critical component of strong national brands and a key messenger in positioning the country competitively domestically and internationally.
Exclusive interview: Aaron Leopold

Exclusive interview: Aaron Leopold

Aaron Leopold is the CEO of the Africa Minigrid Developers Association (AMDA), which is dedicated to radically scaling the sector to end energy poverty.
Exclusive interview: Gadi Taj Ndahumba

Exclusive interview: Gadi Taj

Gadi Taj Ndahumba is the Head of Power Sector at the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), an organisation developed and hosted by the African Development Bank.

Conlog: Special Product Launch

Join ESI Africa and Conlog for this special Product Launch, as we pull off the covers on our latest product offering, as well as a few innovative solutions and services to optimise the end-user experience, followed by a live Q&A with the audience.

The African Power & Energy Elites 2021 – Coming in January...

The African Power & Energy Elites publication and the African Power, Energy & Water Industry Awards have aligned their 2021 programme with a single nomination and selection process across a set of complementary categories, in order to recognise industry-specific projects and leaders that are shaping the African power and energy markets.

The (digital) show will go on!

The 20th edition of African Utility Week (AUW) and POWERGEN Africa may now be postponed in person, but is still scheduled to take place from 24-26 November this year as the organisers have promised attendees and partners an inspired and inspiring online platform with world-class speakers, live discussions and virtual networking and product showcases.

Webinar recording: Integrated Resource Planning for a Sustainable and Cleaner Africa...

This recorded discussion informs policy, regulatory, utilities planning officials and consultants on the approaches to balance public policy and economics. It will also provide information on the necessary tools and approaches to analyse the future state scenarios to integrated energy future.