Generation Innovation and Optimisation

This category recognises conventional power projects that have improved power generation efficiency and/or capacity by planning and implementing advanced and innovative technology and solutions into an existing or new power plant. Factors for success include reduced operational or deferred capital expenditures, carbon and other emissions reductions, life extension, and plant upgrades. This category is applicable to projects that fall within small, medium and large-scale generation.

About Generation Innovation & Optimisation

This category recognises thermal projects that have improved power generation efficiency and/or capacity by planning and implementing advanced and innovative technology and solutions into an existing or new power plant.

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.

Recordings: Virtual series: African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa

African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa may have been postponed to November 2020 but due to popular demand for information, expert opinion and connections with your peers and customers, you can now register to access any of the ten virtual sessions that took place between 11-15 May 2020 online.

Egypt megaproject completed in record time

GENERATION INNOVATION AND OPTIMISATION Since 2010, Egypt has experienced frequent, lengthy power cuts and blackouts. At the peak...

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