Display search results for ** instead (12 products)
16 Nov 2016  |  Africa
Analysis of South Africa’s Key Infrastructure Projects
South Africa is the southernmost country in the African continent, with a coastline of 2,954 km stretching along the South Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean in the south. It is a member of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), and the Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA). This connectivity has ...
19 Oct 2016  |  Africa
New Business Models Must Consider Commercial Grid Connection Implications as the Distribution Network Transforms
The South African small-scale embedded generation market is entering an exponential implementation phase. Soon after 2010, the uptake of private solar photovoltaic (PV) systems began to increase. This resulted in the creation of more than 215 companies that provide either a product, a service, or both in South Africa. This new sector begged the opt...
30 Sep 2016  |  Africa
Conference and Industry Market Insight August, Nairobi, Kenya
This Market Insight is a high-level overview of the 2015 EAPIC conference held in Kenya, providing insight into the key themes and drivers of the power and energy sector in the East African region.
USD 1,125.00 save 25 %
20 Sep 2016  |  Africa
Addressing Opportunities in a Region with Growing Power Demand
The electricity markets of Kenya and Tanzania are power scarce, with low electricity access and per capita consumption levels. Electricity demand here is set to increase significantly, driven by the economic upturn and increasing urbanisation. Kenya and Tanzania are focusing on utilising their natural gas and geothermal energy resources to meet the...
15 Sep 2016  |  Africa
Opportunities for Wind and Solar Power Development
The electricity supply industry in Morocco, Egypt, and Algeria is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Economic development and rapid urbanisation in the region have created a market where electricity demand has been growing at an average 6-8%. Thus, the governments of these countries have begun to implement strategies for the development of wind and s...
31 Aug 2016  |  Africa
This analysis delves into the current energy sector in Mozambique. It profiles both the current and future energy supply and demand. It also provides an overview of the country's energy mix, power generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure, the primary energy sector participants, the policies in place, tariff structures, the natural r...
29 Aug 2016  |  Africa
Rapid Port Development to Boost Trade Activities
Tanzania is one of the most rapidly growing economies in Sub-Saharan Africa, mainly driven by agriculture, banking, industry, construction, services, energy, mining, and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sectors. It is an active member of the East African Community (EAC), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), and the Open ...
24 Aug 2016  |  Africa
An Analysis of Power Supply and Demand till 2035 Using Excel Modeling
A central database where information relating to South Africa's power supply and demand can be analysed does not exist. Every time an investor, an academic, or private or public organisation needs information on this, the research has to start from the beginning. This study considers a set of assumptions and models the power supply and demand in So...
USD 1,125.00 save 25 %
22 Jul 2016  |  Africa
Analysis of Opportunities in the Industrial and Commercial Sectors
South Africa is a middle-income, emerging market with abundant natural resources. Mining, mineral processing, and manufacturing are the main sectors driving industrial growth in the country. Globally, South Africa has one of the largest coal reserves; its use is limited to power generation and heating applications in industrial processes. The count...
09 Jun 2016  |  Africa
Addressing the Changing Nature of Power and Water Services in Sub-Saharan Africa
Africa is home to 15% of the world’s population. The electrification and water accessibility rates in the continent are not very promising. The region’s peak demand is about 74,000 MW but the current generation capacity is just 50% of it. Water scarcity and drought are taking a toll on both the power and water supply market. The problem is bein...