AFRICA ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE FORUM & AWARDS

AFRICA ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE FORUM & AWARDS »

11 Sep, 2018
AEI EVENTSFeatured

Theme: Powering Africa’s Infrastructural Development Date: November 9, 2018 Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town

Overview

The

USING AFRICAN GAS FOR AFRICA FIRST

USING AFRICAN GAS FOR AFRICA FIRST »

by NJ Ayuk JD/MBA

A private sector initiative called LNG2Africa is addressing one of the continent’s biggest lost opportunities,

Liquid Telecom Announces Ambitious Plan To Help Develop Kenya’s Rural Road Network

Liquid Telecom Announces Ambitious Plan To Help Develop Kenya’s Rural Road Network »

Liquid Telecom Kenya, part of the leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, is working on an ambitious plan that will help

AFRICA MUST DEVELOP SMART CITIES IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE MIDDLE INCOME STATUS INDUSTRY

AFRICA MUST DEVELOP SMART CITIES IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE MIDDLE INCOME STATUS INDUSTRY »

Africa’s policymakers, governments, and stakeholders must develop smart cities in order for the continent to achieve middleincome status, industry professionals have

Why Nuclear Power for African Countries Does Not Make Sense

Why Nuclear Power for African Countries Does Not Make Sense »

At the moment, the only nuclear plant in operation in Africa is South Africa’s Koeberg, producing 1.86GW of power. This, according to some African leaders, is about to change. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni recently made the astonishing statement that his country is planning 30GW of nuclear power by 2026. That equates to 16 times the current total of nuclear energy on the entire African continent.

POWER NEWS Nigeria Targets First Nuclear Energy Plant by Mid 2020

POWER NEWS Nigeria Targets First Nuclear Energy Plant by Mid 2020 »

The President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (Nigatom), Simon Pesco Mallam, has said that Nigeria targets its first nuclear energy plant by mid 2020. He made this known at the just-concluded 2018 AtomExpo in Sochi, Russia. In his words, “we have a roadmap and that is by the mid 2020s. We hope we can get a commercial plant and add three more in five to 10 years.”

Ethiopia: A New Round Of Consultations On The Renaissance Dam In Addis Ababa

Ethiopia: A New Round Of Consultations On The Renaissance Dam In Addis Ababa »

A new round of consultations on Ethiopian Renaissance Dam was launched recently in Addis Ababa. The 9 hour round included three way closed door meetings attended by the Ministers of Water and Irrigation from Egypt, the Sudan and Ethiopia. The meetings were also attended by 40 members of the three way technical

Africa Is One Of Our Most Exciting Markets – UBER

Africa Is One Of Our Most Exciting Markets – UBER »

24 Jul, 2018
FeaturedInterviews

Uber’s disruptive technology has changed the face of transportation in Africa. Pre-Uber era, Africans moved around by sharing vehicles for decades. Traditional ridesharing

Energy Facts About Morocco

Energy Facts About Morocco »

1) Morocco depends on imports for around 93 % of energy supply

While still   struggling to tap on its

IATA Head Tasks Aviation Stakeholders

IATA Head Tasks Aviation Stakeholders »

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on aviation stakeholders to follow global standards and make greater use of operational