Sub Saharan Power Summit

Sub Saharan Power Summit will cover areas like Upgrading and refurbishment for existing generation assets,Process optimization for existing generation assets, Building new generation assets,Upgrading and refurbishing existing transmission assets,Upgrading and refurbishing existing transmission assets,Financing.


09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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500 - 1000 Delegates
10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Power & Energy


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Project Developer at Genesis

Cape Town, South Africa
GoingJeff koppel

Jeff koppel

CEO at Jck holdings

Cape Town, South Africa
Lusanda Jiya

Lusanda Jiya

Managing Partner at CSR Africa Consulting

Johannesburg, South Africa
Manasa K Tsvangirai

Manasa K Tsvangirai

Managing Partner at Allndrew (Pty)Ltd

Harare, Zimbabwe
Buzwani Dube

Buzwani Dube

member at Insukamini Trading

Johannesburg, South Africa
Nellie Anne Williams

Nellie Anne Williams

Director at Willott Sa Trading And Projects

Johannesburg, South Africa


Entrepreneur at Private

Cape Town, South Africa

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With well over half of Sub-Saharan countries now experiencing power shortages and regular interruptions in service, leading many of these to rely on very costly leased generating plants as an emergency stopgap. Frequent power outages mean big losses in sales and damaged equipment—6 percent of turnover on average for formal enterprises, and as much as 16 percent of turnover for informal enterprises unable to provide their own backstop generation. The economic cost of power shortages can amount to more than 2 percent of gross domestic product. For some countries, it has shaved as much as one-quarter of a percentage point off annual per capita GDP growth rates. With the rising middle class and increased industrial activity, power will be the number one problem for sustained development across the continent.

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