AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor

Category
Power

AfrElec is NewsBase’s newest weekly report, covering the African power sector.

African economies are poised for growth but additional electricity supplies are essential as a catalyst. The continent has the resources – from fossil fuels to renewables – and investment is starting to catch up with the opportunities on offer. 

Timely, accurate, on-the-ground news and analysis is vital to investors, developers, engineers and businesses, both regionally and internationally.

AfrElec’s covers coal and gas-fired thermal power, nuclear, renewables, hydro, combined heat and power (CHP), transmission, grid and storage. It also covers the political and investment decisions needed to improve access to electricity for Africa’s expanding population. 

AfrElec is published on Wednesdays and also incorporates an extensive News in Brief section. This includes detailed and up-to-date news as it breaks, from various sources across Africa, which will be delivered in Real Time to subscribers. 

What, Why and What Next?

  • Commentary and analysis – AfrElec will analyse key project, policy and investment issues and offers insight into what will come next in the power sector. It offers the latest commentary on the geopolitical framework, energy policy, tendering and investment – and assesses the risks inherent in working in the African business environment.
  • Interviews & Country Profiles – We interview leading industry figures and analysts, providing a unique and exclusive insight into the stories that matter.
  • Projects & Companies – AfrElec will report on project investment and approvals, providing news and intelligence on key developments by governments and companies. 
  • Local Press – Our News in Brief section allows our customers to keep track of what the local press is saying. Alongside local press cuttings, News in Brief also features press releases from companies operating in Africa.

Read our most recent AfrElec Top Story.

 

Edited by

Richard Lockhart

Editor

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