T&D

It is evident that reducing technical losses will lower the cost of electricity and impact the financial viability of independent power projects and utilities. This will again be a significant aspect of our strategic conference. Furthermore we discover the Power Pool’s agenda and optimise our knowledge of the grid landscape to learn about important aspects of grid flexibility, reliability and safety. 

Statistics

  • Kenya Power loses up to Sh10 billion annually through system losses during transmission and distribution of electricity to consumers
  • Recently, Umeme’s energy losses reduced from 19 per cent to 17.2 per cent
  • High losses in Africa increase the cost of the power actually delivered by as much as $25 per MWh consumed. 

Regular attendees at Future Energy East Africa 

  • Burundi Electricity Regulatory Agency
  • CATU
  • CET Power Projects Limited
  • Dehn Africa
  • East African Cables
  • Eaton Electric
  • KPLC
  • Lapp Insulators
  • Larsen & Toubro Construction
  • Lawson Fuses
  • Lucy Electric
  • Pfisterer (Pty) Ltd
  • Te Connectivity
  • Umeme Limited

Top job titles that T&D sector companies want to meet:

  • Energy specialists
  • African Power Pool
  • Smart-grid role players
  • Developers
  • Importers
  • Telecoms 

Top industry sectors that T&D sector companies want to meet

  • Utility engineers 
  • Technical Managers / Directors 
  • Procurement managers 
  • Electrical contractors 
  • Maintenance managers

Why you should be exhibiting

  • Meet with the correct utility representatives and discover how best to tackle their problems concerning technical losses and grid infrastruture
  • Put your solutions at the forefront of East Africa's power and energy stakeholders

Contact Lucian Scholtz on +27 21 700 3576 or lucian.scholtz@spintelligent.com for more information on exhibiting or sponsoring Future Energy East Africa

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