Cities can change the game: the fight against emissions and air pollution

Fossil fuel bans jump fivefold in 2020

The pandemic has thrown into stark relief the global battle of cities for cleaner air and a better future. The 2021 edition of REN21’s Renewables in Cities Global Status Report, the only stock-taking of cities’ energy transition efforts worldwide, shows that one billion people live in cities with a renewable energy target or policy,[i] The number of cities that have enforced partial or complete bans on fossil fuels jumped fivefold in 2020.[ii]

For the second year, REN21 takes the temperature of how cities worldwide use renewable energy to battle emissions to prevent air pollution and climate change.[iii] More than half of the global population lives in cities, which account for three-quarters of global final energy consumption.  

“With their impact at scale, cities are our best bet to plan, develop and build a renewable future. But all too often their potential for transformation remains massively underused,” says REN21’s Executive Director, Rana Adib. “It’s a tough job to turn low-carbon ambitions into reality in built and densely packed environments. National governments must put money, capacity and above all legislative powers into the hands of local authorities.”

Cities must transition to renewables and set end dates for fossil fuels in all sectors

A critical factor for the success of cities’ climate strategies is to rapidly replace fossil fuels with renewable energy in heating and cooling as well as in transport. These sectors are responsible for the biggest share of global emissions, and they are best addressed at the local level.

The report shows that often, purchasing renewable electricity for the city’s own operations is one of the first steps local leaders take. But according to Adib, this is not enough. “Cities like Hamburg, San Francisco and Shanghai show, the more ambitious they are, the more they think of renewable energy everywhere. They impose strict building codes and renewable energy obligations. But most importantly, they set an end date to the use of gas, oil and coal.”

By 2020, 43 cities had done so and enforced fossil fuel bans in heating and/or transport, five times as many as in 2019.[iv] In total, one billion people – about one-quarter of the global urban population – live in cities with a renewable energy target or policy.[v] “But as inspiring as these examples are,” says Adib, “we are still a far cry from what is needed to curb climate change in time.”

A flavour of clean air and clear skies  

Last year’s lockdowns with the sudden disappearance of traffic, the complete alteration of lifestyles resulting in cleaner air and less noisy environments, have given citizens a flavour of how alternatives to packed roads and polluted skies could look.

City leaders are now building on this momentum, moving away from polluting fossil fuels and building clean and resilient energy systems in their place. “Growing citizen support gives Santiago a real mandate to take action against climate change. Our residents demand that the government take bold measures,” explains Isabel Aguilera, Environmental Director for the city of Santiago (Chile).

The race towards renewables is an obstacle course

The Renewables in Cities 2021 Global Status Report also shows that besides emission reductions, many other local benefits await those who take their energy future into their own hands: from the creation of local jobs and welfare to greater quality of life and healthier citizens. “The transition to a zero-carbon economy presents tremendous economic development opportunities for Orlando and the Central Florida region, some that we are already beginning to see stimulate our local economy, improve public health, reduce environmental impacts, and create meaningful high-wage jobs for our residents,” says Mayor Buddy Dyer of the City of Orlando (Florida, USA).

Sometimes, like in recent examples from Japan and the Republic of Korea, city governments can even push national governments to be more ambitious.[vi] But, while the report features encouraging stories from all regions of the world,[vii] the large majority of cities have not yet figured out how to take ambitious action, or they lack the power and resources to do it.

“Provide cities around the world with support”

Even those who seem ready and willing to move forward, run into obstacles. All too often, powerful fossil fuel interests put a stop to cities’ decarbonisation plans.

“It’s a sad fact that wherever in the world cities seek to phase-out fossil fuels, the industry puts a lot of resources into fighting back.

“They take local authorities to court or, as seen recently in the US, convince state policymakers to make it legally impossible for cities to take such decisions at all,” says Adib.

Martina Otto, heading the cities work at the United Nations Environmental Programme, concludes: “There is huge untapped potential. We can both increase the level of ambition and progress in meeting national climate commitments if national and regional governments around the world provide cities with support well beyond the creation of better financial conditions. Getting over territorial boundaries to empower cities means unleashing the power of our strongest allies.”

About REN21 and the Renewables in Cities Global Status Report

REN21 is the only global renewable energy community of actors from science, governments, NGOs and industry. We provide up-to-date and peer-reviewed facts, figures and analysis of global developments in technology, policies and markets. Our goal: enable decision-makers to make the shift to renewable energy happen – now.

The Renewables in Cities Global Status Report is an annual stock-take of the global transition to renewable energy at the city-level. The 2021 edition has been co-authored by over 330 experts and is endorsed by an Advisory Committee of 20 organizations including city networks. 


[i] 1,300 cities worldwide have either a renewable energy target or policy in place. Globally, over 830 cities in 72 countries have binding renewable energy targets and around 800 cities have implemented policies to help advance renewables in their cities.  See table below for more details.

Selected countries with renewable energy targets, net-zero targets and/or policies in cities

 Cities with renewable energy targetsCities with net-zero targetsCities with renewable energy policesCities with renewable energy targets and/or policies  Share of urban population with renewable energy targets and/or policy (%)
Country (#)(% of global total) (#)(% of global total) (#)(% of global total) (#)(% of global total)
United States of America33740.4%11214.1%35744.7%47936.17%28%
Italy597.1%475.9%9712.1%15011.30%47%
Germany617.3%131.6%9011.3%14010.55%40%
United Kingdom9411.3%455.7%243%1067.99%73%
Spain151.8%172.1%627.8%725.43%34%
South Africa70.8%50.6%313.9%342.56%40%
China60.7%81%212.6%251.88%38%
Sweden242.9%243%81%251.88%46%
Netherlands, The81%81%202.5%221.66%43%
Canada151.8%253.1%20.3%161.21%36%
Japan101.2%10312.9%30.4%110.8%40%
Republic of Korea50.6%20.3%10.1%50.4%55%
GLOBAL TOTAL834 796 799 1327 25%

[ii] See data on fossil fuel bans below.

[iii] More than 10,500 cities globally had adopted CO2 emission reduction targets, and around 800 cities have committed to net-zero emissions in 2020 – up sharply from the 100 cities with such commitments in 2019.

[iv] See data on fossil fuel bans below.

[v] See endnote (i) above.

[vi] Local governments in Japan have been instrumental in pushing the national governments to commit to carbon neutrality and/or adopt net-zero targets. As part of the Korean Local Governments’ Action Alliance for Carbon-Neutrality, 226 local governments that had already declared a climate emergency by September 2020, pushed the national government to commit to carbon neutrality by 2050.

[vii] Data has been collected on hundreds of cities, ranging from mega-cities to small and medium size cities and towns. The report features specific case studies on: Adelaide (Australia); Palmas (Brazil); Recife (Brazil); Yaoundé IV (Cameroon); Cocody (Côte d’Ivoire); Rajkot (India); North Lombok Regency (Indonesia); Jakarta (Indonesia); Seoul (Republic of Korea); Dakar (Senegal); Cape Town (South Africa); Malmö (Sweden); Tsévié (Togo); Kampala (Uganda); Oxford (UK); Orlando, FL (USA).

Additional case studies that will be provided as supplements are: Vancouver (Canada) and Heidelberg (Germany).

Data about city-level fossil fuel bans

Summary: There are 66 cities worldwide with a proposed and/or passed fossil fuel bans for heating and cooling and/or transport. In total these 66 cities have 67 bans as 1 city has both a ban for buildings and one for transport. (Note: not all of them have been enforced yet). Regarding enforcement: 4 went into force before 2019, 4 went into force into 2019, and 35 went into force in 2020; for a total of 43 enforced in 2020. 20 will go into force in the future. Plus 4 for which there is no known enforcement date. Date of enactment: 11 were voted before 2019, 37 were voted in 2019, and 13 were voted in 2020. Plus 6 for which we have no date; for a total of 67.

Raw data:

CountryCityBanned technology/fuelBans and restrictions in buildingsVehicle bans and restrictionsPolicy statusYear of enactmentYear of entry into force
AustraliaSydneyCoalX Proposed20182035
AustraliaAustralian Capital Territory (Canberra)N/AX Passed20202025-2045
AustriaViennaOil and gas heatingX Passed20202020
CanadaMontrealOil furnacesX Passed20162017-2021
CanadaVancouverNatural gasX Passed20162030
ChinaHandanCoalX Passed20172017
ChinaTaiyuanCoalX Passed20172017
ChinaXingtaiCoalX Passed20172017
FranceParisoilX Passed20202022
GermanyHamburgOilX Proposed20202021
Netherlands, TheAmsterdamNatural gasX Passed20202020-2040
PolandKrakowCoal boiler, fuelwood in boilers, stoves and fireplacesX Passed20132019
SwedenStockholmCoalX Passed20192022
United KingdomLondonNatural gas banX Passed20192019
United StatesAlameda, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesAlbany, CANatural gas banX Passed20162020
United StatesBerkeley, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesBrisbane, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesBrookline, MAOil and gasX Passed20192021
United StatesBurlingame, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesCambridge, MANatural gasX Proposed2019N/A
United StatesCampbell, CANatural gasX Proposed2020N/A
United StatesCarlsbad, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesCupertino, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesDavis, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesHayward, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesHealdburg, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesLos Altos Hills, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesLos Gatos, CAStorage; natural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesMenlo Park, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesMill Valley, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesMillbrae, CANatural gasX Passed20192019
United StatesMilpitas, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesMorgan Hilll, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesMountain View, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesNewton, MANatural gasX Proposed2019N/A
United StatesOakland, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesOjai, CANatural gasX Proposed20202020
United StatesPacifica, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesPalo Alto, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesPiedmont, PANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesRedwood City, CANatural gasX Passed20202020
United StatesRichmond, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSan Francisco, CANatural gasX Passed20202020
United StatesSan Jose, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSan Mateo, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSanta Cruz, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSanta Monica, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSanta Rosa, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
United StatesSaratoga, CANatural gasX Proposed2019N/A
United StatesSeattle, WANatural gasX Proposed20202021
United StatesSunnyvale, CASolar; natural gas banX Proposed20192020
United StatesWindsor, CANatural gasX Passed20192020
ChinaShanghaiDiesel trucks XPassedN/A2022
ChinaXi’anICE Vehicles XPassed20182019
FranceStrasbourgICE Vehicles XProposed20202025
GermanyStuttgartDiesel vehicles XPassedN/A2020
GreeceAthensDiesel Vehicles XProposed20162018
IndiaDelhiDiesel Vehicles XPassed20152020
ItalyRomeICE Vehicles XProposedN/A2024-2030
Korea, Rep.SeoulDiesel and gasoline vehicles XProposed20202035
Netherlands, TheAmersfoortICE Vehicles XPassedN/A2021
Netherlands, TheGroningenICE Vehicles XPassedN/A2022
SpainBarcelonaICE Vehicles XPassedN/A2020 – 2021
United KingdomBristolDiesel Vehicles XPassed20192021
United KingdomYorkICE Vehicles XPassed20202023
United StatesSan Francisco, CAICE Vehicles XProposed20192030
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A Standard Chartered survey conducted between July and August 2020, amongst a panel of the world’s top 300 investment firms with total assets under management (AUM) of more than USD50 trillion*, found that:

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  • Of those already investing in Africa, 93% say they will likely increase their investment in the future

Africa is not getting the investment needed to help the world meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, new research from Standard Chartered has revealed.

The $50-trillion question investigates how some of the world’s largest asset managers – with a combined USD50 trillion in AUM – are investing at this critical time for the global economy and the environment.

Emerging markets are seeing a massive shortfall in investment

Our research shows that almost two thirds (64%) of the panel’s AUM is invested in the developed markets of Europe and North America, while just 3% is in Africa.

Asia, which includes several developed markets, takes 22%, while just 2%, and 5% of the assets are invested in the Middle East and South America, respectively.  

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In contrast, those already investing in Africa are optimistic about the region, with 93% saying they are likely to increase investment in the future. 54% of Africa investors said their investments had performed as well as – or better than – their developed market investments over the past three years. The figure for emerging markets overall was 88%. However, Covid-19 may have made it even harder for emerging markets to get the investment they need. Some 70% of investors believe the pandemic has widened the capital gap further.

Which markets are getting the most investment? 
North America26%
Europe38%
Asia22%
Middle East2%
Africa3%
South America5%
Australia/Oceania4%

Not enough investment is linked to the SDGs

The research points to a growing focus on sustainability, with 81% of investment firms now taking a disciplined approach to environmental, social and governance investment. However, this is not translating into investment in the SDGs. Only 13% of the assets managed by our respondents is directed towards SDG-linked investments. Some 55 % claim the SDGs are not relevant to mainstream investment and 47% say investment in the SDGs is too difficult to measure. However, one-fifth of investors admit that they were not aware of the SDGs. Respondents point to regulatory changes, favourable tax treatment, evidence of higher returns, better data for measuring impact, and increased demand from retail investors as the top five factors that might spur on more SDG investment.

What are the tools and incentives to encourage SDG investment?
Regulation that encourages SDG-linked products74%
Favourable tax treatment of SDG-linked investments63%
More evidence that investing in SDGs will not lead to underperformance63%
Better data to measure the impact of SDG investments53%
Retail investor demand for SDG-themed investments53%

Sunil Kaushal, Regional CEO, Africa & Middle East, Standard Chartered said there is still investment gap in Africa to realise the SDGs and this creates an opportunity for us to make a difference where it matters the most.

“A significant surge in private-sector investment – alongside public investment and commitments – will be required to bridge the gap and hit the SDG targets over the next ten years. Right now Covid-19 has made the imperative to act even stronger in the region.

Sunil Kaushal, Regional CEO, Africa & Middle East, Standard Chartered

There is no single answer to The $50-trillion Question, but it is evident that investors need to expand their focus beyond developed markets. Africa, and emerging markets generally, offers investors a unique opportunity: strong returns combined with the chance to have a significant, positive impact in the long term.”

The $50 Trillion Question study follows the publication of Opportunity2030: The Standard Chartered SDG Investment Map which first revealed the multi-trillion-dollar opportunity for private-sector investors to help achieve the SDGs in emerging markets.

*The $50 Trillion Question Investor Panel is made up of asset managers from the world’s top 300 asset management companies. With combined assets under management (AUM) worth more than USD50 trillion (the equivalent to half of global GDP), how the asset managers in our survey choose to invest will have a huge impact on humanity’s ability to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. This study is based on in-depth interviews with the panel, conducted between July and August 2020.

The below shows the panel broken down by AUM, role and location, all of which ensure it is representative of the global top 300 asset managers.


You can read the full Standard Chartered $50 Trillion Question report here.

The $50-trillion investor panel
by AUMby generalised job roleby location
19% are top 10 firms (over USD1 trillion)
46% are top 11-50 Firms (USD1 trillion to USD350 billion)
23% are top 51-150 firms (USD350 billion to USD90 billion)
12% are top 151-300 firms (USD90 billion to USD20 billion)
42% fund managers
41% strategists
17% emerging market specialists
42% are based in North America
42% are based in Europe
8% are based in Japan
3% are based in China
5% are based elsewhere

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The City of Cape Town (CCT), with support from the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA), have co-created a design competition for the ultimate “clean green home”.  This competition is targeted at students and professionals of the built environment and forms part of the Cape Town Future Energy Festival, a series of virtual event experiences designed to include all Capetonians in the city’s future energy story.

The virtual festival runs until January 2021 and will culminate in a physical event in the first quarter of 2021 at which the winning My Clean Green Home design will be constructed and displayed. The brief is to design a net-zero carbon unit for display and exhibition purposes. 

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Quantities of materials will be finalised in December once the design is completed. Closing date for project partnership submissions is 30 November 2020. Project partnership terms will be concluded by 30 January 2021 when the construction of the My Clean Green Home will be completed. 

Project partners will receive the following marketing opportunities:

Association with the Cape Town Future Energy Festival and net-zero carbon design:  

An opportunity to showcase your product and align your offering with energy-efficient and net-zero carbon goals.

Physical display opportunities in the unit itself: Each project partner will be given a space of 1 x A3 (portrait orientation) on the display unit near where their product is being used to educate the reader about the product and advertise your company. Include links & QR codes. Project partners are to provide their own artwork printed on card and laminated. Final artwork is subject the festival organiser’s approval. In addition, there may be a project partner wall as part of the unit, pending final design, and space allowances.

Acknowledgement and thanks in My Clean Green Home communication on the festival’s digital platforms, including the website and social media channels (at least 2 social media posts acknowledging all project partners) and any other My Clean Green Home communication material that is developed.

Please see the list of items below and get involved by completing this form

We are seeking project partners and support in supplying the following items:

  • Roof sheeting
  • Guttering & downpipes
  • Insulation to walls & roofing
  • Ceiling boards
  • Sisilation Roof timbers (structural timbers & battens)
  • PV Panels & battery pack Geyser / Solar water heater
  • Light switches & wiring
  • Indoor lights – LED Outdoor lights – LED / solar
  • Sanware: taps Sanware: shower rose & base
  • Sanware: sink & basin taps
  • Sanware: toilet Plumbing services
  • Electrical services
  • DB Board
  • Doors & windows (timber option)
  • Doors & windows (aluminum option)
  • Glazing to doors & windows
  • Sanware: kitchen sink & taps
  • Joinery: Kitchen countertops
  • Joinery: Bedroom
  • Joinery: study/utility cupboard
  • Joinery: kitchen
  • Appliances: Fridge
  • Appliances: Washing Machine
  • Appliances: Stove (gas) hob & oven
  • Appliances: kettle / toaster / microwave
  • Water tank & reticulation
  • Walling boards (internal)
  • Walling/cladding (external)
  • Floor boards
  • Fireplace Paint – low VOC
  • Carpets/flooring
  • Floor & wall tiles & adhesives
  • Recycling Bins
  • Composting bin
  • Washing line
  • Furniture: Couch, table, chairs, bed, bedside table, cupboard, bedside light
  • Veggie boxes & soil
  • Plants
  • Fencing & latte  

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Deberny Dokowane | Head - Control Of Energy And Energy Efficiency | Ministry of Energy and Water resources development » speaking at Power & Electricity

Richard DoyleNon-Executive DirectorUniversity of Johannesburg Commercialization Company

Richard Doyle | Non-Executive Director | University of Johannesburg Commercialization Company » speaking at Power & Electricity

Neil Du PreezDirectorMellowcabs

Neil Du Preez | Director | Mellowcabs » speaking at Power & Electricity

Paul Eardley-TaylorHead-Oil & GasThe Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd

Paul Eardley-Taylor | Head-Oil & Gas | The Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Chris EdehDirectorAfrican Sustainable Energy Association

Chris Edeh | Director | African Sustainable Energy Association » speaking at Power & Electricity

Theuns EhlersResource And Project FinanceABSA Capital

Theuns Ehlers | Resource And Project Finance | ABSA Capital » speaking at Power & Electricity

Emmanuel EkosseDoctoral ResercherUniSA

Emmanuel Ekosse | Doctoral Resercher | UniSA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Wessam El BazAdjunct Assistant ProfessorThe American University in Cairo

Wessam El Baz | Adjunct Assistant Professor | The American University in Cairo » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ahmed ElguindyResearch fellowThe German University in Cairo

Ahmed Elguindy | Research fellow | The German University in Cairo » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mai Mohammed Elhafez Ali HassanGeneral Manager for International CooperationMinistry of Electricity and Energy

Mai Mohammed Elhafez Ali Hassan | General Manager for International Cooperation | Ministry of Electricity and Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Joseph Essandoh YedduEx-Director , Strategic Planning and PolicyEnergy Commission, Ghana

Joseph Essandoh Yeddu | Ex-Director , Strategic Planning and Policy | Energy Commission, Ghana » speaking at Power & Electricity

Rito EvoraNational Director For Industry, Commerce And EnergyMinistry of Industry, Commerce & Energy

Rito Evora | National Director For Industry, Commerce And Energy | Ministry of Industry, Commerce & Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Aziz FallDirector For Promotion And CooperationANER- Agence nationale pour les energies Renouvables

Aziz Fall | Director For Promotion And Cooperation | ANER- Agence nationale pour les energies Renouvables » speaking at Power & Electricity

Astria FatakiFounder And PresidentEnergy Generation

Astria Fataki | Founder And President | Energy Generation » speaking at Power & Electricity

Clive FerreiraDirectorGaia Infrastructure Capital Limited

Clive Ferreira | Director | Gaia Infrastructure Capital Limited » speaking at Power & Electricity

Duduzile Fox NdwandweBoard MemberPan African Chamber of Commerce

Duduzile Fox Ndwandwe | Board Member | Pan African Chamber of Commerce » speaking at Power & Electricity

Duduzile Fox NdwandweBoard MemberPan African Chamber of Commerce

Duduzile Fox Ndwandwe | Board Member | Pan African Chamber of Commerce » speaking at Power & Electricity

James FrankCountry Manager South AfricaGinlong Technologies Solis Inverters

James Frank | Country Manager  South Africa | Ginlong Technologies Solis Inverters » speaking at Power & Electricity

Lee GaitiuManaging directorElectechnique Power Limited

Lee Gaitiu | Managing director | Electechnique Power Limited » speaking at Power & Electricity

Victor GathogoRenewable Energy and Climate AdvisorSNV

Victor Gathogo | Renewable Energy and Climate Advisor | SNV » speaking at Power & Electricity

Xolile GeorgeChief Executive OfficerSALGA

Xolile George | Chief Executive Officer | SALGA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Kevin-Michel GesseauManaging DirectorWitech-Africa

Kevin-Michel Gesseau | Managing Director | Witech-Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Anthony GewerProgramme manager: Social SustainabilityThe National Business Initiative

Anthony Gewer | Programme manager: Social Sustainability | The National Business Initiative » speaking at Power & Electricity

Antonio GimoPlanning EngineerElectricidade de Mocambique

Antonio Gimo | Planning Engineer | Electricidade de Mocambique » speaking at Power & Electricity

Andrew GithaigaInvestment ManagerTrine AB

Andrew Githaiga | Investment Manager | Trine AB » speaking at Power & Electricity

Yitemgeta Fantu GollaProcurement And Energy Support SpecialistCrown Agents USA / USTDA / Ethiopian Electric Power

Yitemgeta Fantu Golla | Procurement And Energy Support Specialist | Crown Agents USA / USTDA / Ethiopian Electric Power » speaking at Power & Electricity

Rui Pereira Do Amaral GourgelChief Executive OfficerRNT-EP

Rui Pereira Do Amaral Gourgel | Chief Executive Officer | RNT-EP » speaking at Power & Electricity

Niveshen GovenderCOOSouth African Photovoltaic Industry Association

Niveshen Govender | COO | South African Photovoltaic Industry Association » speaking at Power & Electricity

Aj GrosenbaughCommercial Development AssociatePowerGen Renewable Energy

Aj Grosenbaugh | Commercial Development Associate | PowerGen Renewable Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Anthony GumboFounderPower & Information Engineering

Anthony Gumbo | Founder | Power & Information Engineering » speaking at Power & Electricity

Lamya Youssef Abdel HakimHead Of Studies And Design SectorsEgyptian Electricity Transmission Company EETC

Lamya Youssef Abdel Hakim | Head Of Studies And Design Sectors | Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company EETC » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ibrahim HarakSenior Investment Specialist, Public-Private Partnership (Ppp)Ministry of Investment

Ibrahim Harak | Senior Investment Specialist, Public-Private Partnership (Ppp) | Ministry of Investment » speaking at Power & Electricity

Penny HerbstStrategy DirectorAfrica GreenCo

Penny Herbst | Strategy Director | Africa GreenCo » speaking at Power & Electricity

Lawrence HobaChief Executive OfficerENRAPOWER PRIVATE LIMITED

Lawrence Hoba | Chief Executive Officer | ENRAPOWER PRIVATE LIMITED » speaking at Power & Electricity

Andreas HoischenHead Of Sales Delta Spe (Solar Power Europe)Delta Electronics Inc

Andreas Hoischen | Head Of Sales Delta Spe (Solar Power Europe) | Delta Electronics Inc » speaking at Power & Electricity

Susanne HounsellFounder And DirectorEast Africa Energy Analytics

Susanne Hounsell | Founder And Director | East Africa Energy Analytics » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ahmed Hussien ElsayedGeneral Manager Of Technical AffairsMinistry of Petroleum

Ahmed Hussien Elsayed | General Manager Of Technical Affairs | Ministry of Petroleum » speaking at Power & Electricity

Rob JeffreyEconomic ConsultantEconomic Risk Consulting

Rob Jeffrey | Economic Consultant | Economic Risk Consulting » speaking at Power & Electricity

Wim Jonker KlunneRenewable Energy & Energy Access ExpertEnergy4Africa

Wim Jonker Klunne | Renewable Energy & Energy Access Expert | Energy4Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Aurelie KalengaEditorEye Witness News

Aurelie Kalenga | Editor | Eye Witness News » speaking at Power & Electricity

Amadou KaneCoordinatorMinistry of Energy Senegal

Amadou Kane | Coordinator | Ministry of Energy Senegal » speaking at Power & Electricity

Baraka KasaliChief Operating OfficerNuru

Baraka Kasali | Chief Operating Officer | Nuru » speaking at Power & Electricity

Seponono KekanaChief Executive Officer And Executive Board MemberSites-Afla

Seponono Kekana | Chief Executive Officer And Executive Board Member | Sites-Afla » speaking at Power & Electricity

Justin KibuuleManaging DirectorReincon Engineers Limited

Justin Kibuule | Managing Director | Reincon Engineers Limited » speaking at Power & Electricity

Thagichu KiiruAg. General Manager, Business StrategyKenya Power and Lighting Company

Thagichu Kiiru | Ag. General Manager, Business Strategy | Kenya Power and Lighting Company » speaking at Power & Electricity

Dan KlinkChief Executive OfficerEast African Power

Dan Klink | Chief Executive Officer | East African Power » speaking at Power & Electricity

George KotsovosExecutive, Energy And Infrastructure FinanceStandard Bank Limited

George Kotsovos | Executive, Energy And Infrastructure Finance | Standard Bank Limited » speaking at Power & Electricity

Raju KumarSenior BdoVRINDA NANOTECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

Raju Kumar | Senior Bdo | VRINDA NANOTECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. » speaking at Power & Electricity

Andy Le MayFounderEWIZZ Electric Vehicles

Andy Le May | Founder | EWIZZ Electric Vehicles » speaking at Power & Electricity

Jonas LehokoChief Executive OfficerCTE Energy

Jonas Lehoko | Chief Executive Officer | CTE Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sakkie LeimeckeCo-Head, Energy Project FinanceNedbank

Sakkie Leimecke | Co-Head, Energy Project Finance | Nedbank » speaking at Power & Electricity

Thomo LekaganeEngineerWomen in Energy

Thomo Lekagane | Engineer | Women in Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nwabisa LetsohaPower Systems EngineerEskom/ IEEE

Nwabisa Letsoha | Power Systems Engineer | Eskom/ IEEE » speaking at Power & Electricity

William LohrmannCommercial PPA ManangerAcciona

William Lohrmann | Commercial PPA Mananger | Acciona » speaking at Power & Electricity

Andrew LomosiDirectorChevron Africa

Andrew Lomosi | Director | Chevron Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Dave LongDirectorIES Energy

Dave Long | Director | IES Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Denise LundallProject OfficerSANEDI

Denise Lundall | Project Officer | SANEDI » speaking at Power & Electricity

Emmanuel MaepaDirector – Renewable EnergyDr. H E Maepa Institute

Emmanuel Maepa | Director - Renewable Energy | Dr. H E Maepa Institute » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nelisiwe MagubaneAdvisorAMEU

Nelisiwe Magubane | Advisor | AMEU » speaking at Power & Electricity

Brian MakungoTraining ManagerKafue Gorge Regional Training Centre

Brian Makungo | Training Manager | Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sampson MamphweliDirectorCentre For Renewable And Sustainable Energy Studies

Sampson Mamphweli | Director | Centre For Renewable And Sustainable Energy Studies » speaking at Power & Electricity

Yvette ManuelTraining And Seta AdministratorKelvin Power

Yvette Manuel | Training And Seta Administrator | Kelvin Power » speaking at Power & Electricity

Florian MartiniProject ManagerPhaesun Gmbh

Florian Martini | Project Manager | Phaesun Gmbh » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nomfundo MasetiFull-Time Regulator Member Piped Gas And Petroleum PipelinesNational Energy Regulator SA

Nomfundo Maseti | Full-Time Regulator Member Piped Gas And Petroleum Pipelines | National Energy Regulator SA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Lungile MasheleEnergy SpecialistDevelopment Bank of Southern Africa

Lungile Mashele | Energy Specialist | Development Bank of Southern Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Tapiwa MashenjereGroup Chief Executive OfficerACFS Corporation

Tapiwa Mashenjere | Group Chief Executive Officer | ACFS Corporation » speaking at Power & Electricity

Walter MatliIct In Researcher And LecturerVaal University of Technology

Walter Matli | Ict In Researcher And Lecturer | Vaal University of Technology » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mamoso MayGeneral ManagerDorper Wind Farm (RF) Pty Ltd

Mamoso May | General Manager | Dorper Wind Farm (RF) Pty Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Benard MbaineChairmanWind Power Association

Benard Mbaine | Chairman | Wind Power Association » speaking at Power & Electricity

Jean-Paul MbatnaGeneral ManagerS.N.E.

Jean-Paul Mbatna | General Manager | S.N.E. » speaking at Power & Electricity

Elsie MbuguaFounder And Chief Executive Officer, Elcy Investments DirectorLeadwood Energy

Elsie Mbugua | Founder And Chief Executive Officer, Elcy Investments Director | Leadwood Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sharon McphersonCo-FounderThe Centre for Disruptive Technologies

Sharon Mcpherson | Co-Founder | The Centre for Disruptive Technologies » speaking at Power & Electricity

Klarinda MeiringTraining ManagerPROearth

Klarinda Meiring | Training Manager | PROearth » speaking at Power & Electricity

Riaan MeyerManaging directorGeoSUN Africa (Pty) Ltd

Riaan Meyer | Managing director | GeoSUN Africa (Pty) Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Simbarashe MhuriroChief Executive OfficerOxygen Energy Zimbabwe

Simbarashe Mhuriro | Chief Executive Officer | Oxygen Energy Zimbabwe » speaking at Power & Electricity

Alidad MoaveniSenior Partner And Chief Operating OfficerAllMerus Energy Ltd

Alidad Moaveni | Senior Partner And Chief Operating Officer | AllMerus Energy Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mignede ModingamExpert En Energie Directeur General AdjointMinistere du Petrole et de L’Energie

Mignede Modingam | Expert En Energie Directeur General Adjoint | Ministere du Petrole et de L'Energie » speaking at Power & Electricity

Eric Monga MumbaChief Executive OfficerKIPAY

Eric Monga Mumba | Chief Executive Officer | KIPAY » speaking at Power & Electricity

Gaylor Montmasson-ClairSenior Economist: Sustainable Growth,TIPS

Gaylor Montmasson-Clair | Senior Economist: Sustainable Growth, | TIPS » speaking at Power & Electricity

Obuile MorewaneFounding ChairpersonGreen energy and sustainability association

Obuile Morewane | Founding Chairperson | Green energy and sustainability association » speaking at Power & Electricity

Knox MsebenziManaging DirectorNuclear Industry Association Of South Africa

Knox Msebenzi | Managing Director | Nuclear Industry Association Of South Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Fumani MthembiFounderPele Green Energy

Fumani Mthembi | Founder | Pele Green Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sabatha MthwecuFounderSolar Rais

Sabatha Mthwecu | Founder | Solar Rais » speaking at Power & Electricity

Des MullerManaging DirectorNu Energy Developments

Des Muller | Managing Director | Nu Energy Developments » speaking at Power & Electricity

Suzane MumbaPower And Network – Electrical And Electronics EngineerTANESCO

Suzane Mumba | Power And Network - Electrical And Electronics Engineer | TANESCO » speaking at Power & Electricity

Webster MusondaDirector – TransmissionZesco Ltd

Webster Musonda | Director - Transmission | Zesco Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ariel Mutegi MbaeChief Engineer – Network AuditKenya Power & Lighting Co.Ltd

Ariel Mutegi Mbae | Chief Engineer - Network Audit | Kenya Power & Lighting Co.Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Samson MuumbaChief Executive OfficerFirst Icon Energy Corporation

Samson Muumba | Chief Executive Officer | First Icon Energy Corporation » speaking at Power & Electricity

Yannick MvudiEnergy And Metering SpecialistBidvest Facilities Managerment

Yannick Mvudi | Energy And Metering Specialist | Bidvest Facilities Managerment » speaking at Power & Electricity

Eric MwangiAdvisor To The Cabinet SecretaryMinistry of Energy Thailand

Eric Mwangi | Advisor To The Cabinet Secretary | Ministry of Energy Thailand » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ahmed Bolaji NagodeAg. Director GeneralNational Power Training Institution of Nigeria

Ahmed Bolaji Nagode | Ag. Director General | National Power Training Institution of Nigeria » speaking at Power & Electricity

Agnes NalwangaHead Of Customer ServicesUmeme

Agnes Nalwanga | Head Of Customer Services | Umeme » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nkhensani NdengezaSkills Development FacilitatorDr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality

Nkhensani Ndengeza | Skills Development Facilitator | Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nhlanhla NgidiHead Of Energy And ElectricitySALGA

Nhlanhla Ngidi | Head Of Energy And Electricity | SALGA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Cliff NhandaraExecutive Director For Rural ElectrificationRURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY

Cliff Nhandara | Executive Director For Rural Electrification | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sisa NjikelanaDirectorNational Cleaner Production Centre

Sisa Njikelana | Director | National Cleaner Production Centre » speaking at Power & Electricity

Patuxolo NodadaChief Executive OfficerBusmark

Patuxolo Nodada | Chief Executive Officer | Busmark » speaking at Power & Electricity

Gugulethu NogayaEnergy, Fluids And Renewable Energy Africa Procurement ManagerAB INBEV

Gugulethu Nogaya | Energy, Fluids And Renewable Energy Africa Procurement Manager | AB INBEV » speaking at Power & Electricity

Jean Jacques NtabAssociate DirectorGenis

Jean Jacques Ntab | Associate Director | Genis » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ntombifuthi NtuliPresidentSAWEA

Ntombifuthi Ntuli | President | SAWEA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nduduzo NyandaOperations And LogisticsUber

Nduduzo Nyanda | Operations And Logistics | Uber » speaking at Power & Electricity

Chikwerem ObiHead Policy And Strategy, Renewable Energy, Research And DevelopmentNigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC)

Chikwerem Obi | Head Policy And Strategy, Renewable Energy, Research And Development | Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sowunmi Olabode IiiConsultant On Power And GasNational Assembly

Sowunmi Olabode Iii | Consultant On Power And Gas | National Assembly » speaking at Power & Electricity

Peter OldacreCommercial Head Of Origination And InvestmentBushveld Energy

Peter Oldacre | Commercial Head Of Origination And Investment | Bushveld Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Emile OpangaultGeneral DirectorArsel

Emile Opangault | General Director | Arsel » speaking at Power & Electricity

Olalekan OregbesanHead ICTNational Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN)

Olalekan Oregbesan | Head ICT | National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) » speaking at Power & Electricity

Matthew OroszChief Executive OfficerOnePower

Matthew Orosz | Chief Executive Officer | OnePower » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mark OsselBoard MemberOpen Smart Grid Protocol Alliance

Mark Ossel | Board Member | Open Smart Grid Protocol Alliance » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mark OttoChief Operations OfficerGas 2 Power

Mark Otto | Chief Operations Officer | Gas 2 Power » speaking at Power & Electricity

Kweku OwusuBusiness Development AdvisorThe Shell Foundation

Kweku Owusu | Business Development Advisor | The Shell Foundation » speaking at Power & Electricity

Hiten ParmarDirectoruYilo eMobility Technology Innovation Programme

Hiten Parmar | Director | uYilo eMobility Technology Innovation Programme » speaking at Power & Electricity

Peter PedrickSmart Sustainable City DirectorElectrical Conformance Board of South Africa

Peter Pedrick | Smart Sustainable City Director | Electrical Conformance Board of South Africa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Katherine PerssonGeneral Manager – AfricaWindlab Developments Sa

Katherine Persson | General Manager - Africa | Windlab Developments Sa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mashale PhumaphiManaging DirectorShumba Energy

Mashale Phumaphi | Managing Director | Shumba Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mashale PhumaphiManaging DirectorShumba Energy

Mashale Phumaphi | Managing Director | Shumba Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Barnia Flowernysd RaherinantenainaDirector Of Electrical Energy InfrastructuresMinistry of Water, Energy and Hydrocarbons

Barnia Flowernysd Raherinantenaina | Director Of Electrical Energy Infrastructures | Ministry of Water, Energy and Hydrocarbons » speaking at Power & Electricity

Edwin RamabulanaEngineering TechnicianTransnet Freight Rail

Edwin Ramabulana | Engineering Technician | Transnet Freight Rail » speaking at Power & Electricity

Vivian RamathubaSenior ProfessionalNew Development Bank

Vivian Ramathuba | Senior Professional | New Development Bank » speaking at Power & Electricity

Prevlen RambaleePrinciple Advanced Engineer – Artificial IntelligenceAnglo American

Prevlen Rambalee | Principle Advanced Engineer - Artificial Intelligence | Anglo American » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sashay RamdhareeProject Manager – Energy Systems OptimisationNational Cleaner Production Centre

Sashay Ramdharee | Project Manager - Energy Systems Optimisation | National Cleaner Production Centre » speaking at Power & Electricity

Khathutshelo Mike RamukumbaChief Executive OfficerCHIETA

Khathutshelo Mike Ramukumba | Chief Executive Officer | CHIETA » speaking at Power & Electricity

Julius RiunguChief Executive OfficerTsavo Power Company

Julius Riungu | Chief Executive Officer | Tsavo Power Company » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sandra RoChief Executive OfficerGlobal Blockchain Business Council

Sandra Ro | Chief Executive Officer | Global Blockchain Business Council » speaking at Power & Electricity

Elizabeth RogoBoard member (Non Executive Director)Kenya Power and Lighting Company

Elizabeth Rogo | Board member (Non Executive Director) | Kenya Power and Lighting Company » speaking at Power & Electricity

Kitessa RoroPrincipal Researcher And Research Group Leader (Acting) – Energy Supply And DemandCSIR Energy Centre

Kitessa Roro | Principal Researcher And Research Group Leader (Acting) - Energy Supply And Demand | CSIR Energy Centre » speaking at Power & Electricity

Darren RyderManager – Customised ProjectsSAICA Enterprise Development

Darren Ryder | Manager - Customised Projects | SAICA Enterprise Development » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mohamed SaiedGeneral Manager, Electrical Engineering DepartmentAbu Qir Fertilizers & Chemical Industries Company (AFC),

Mohamed Saied | General Manager, Electrical Engineering Department | Abu Qir Fertilizers & Chemical Industries Company (AFC), » speaking at Power & Electricity

Yaseen SalieBio Energy AnalystThe Green Cape Sector Development Agency

Yaseen Salie | Bio Energy Analyst | The Green Cape Sector Development Agency » speaking at Power & Electricity

Kévin Zossi SanouEnergy Transition Missions ManagerMinistry of Energy

Kévin Zossi Sanou | Energy Transition Missions Manager | Ministry of Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Fabio ScalaManaging DirectorFurther Markets Limited

Fabio Scala | Managing Director | Further Markets Limited » speaking at Power & Electricity

Keleadile SedukeDirectorWomen in energy

Keleadile Seduke | Director | Women in energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Muhammed Ismail SeedatTechnical Sales AdvisorFronius

Muhammed Ismail Seedat | Technical Sales Advisor | Fronius » speaking at Power & Electricity

Richard SetatiHead of AcademyKnowledge Pele

Richard Setati | Head of Academy | Knowledge Pele » speaking at Power & Electricity

Fad SeydouPresidentMalian Society of Applied Sciences (MSAS)

Fad Seydou | President | Malian Society of Applied Sciences (MSAS) » speaking at Power & Electricity

James ShoetanEast Africa Business Development ManagerCrossboundary Energy

James Shoetan | East Africa Business Development Manager | Crossboundary Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Nhlanhla SibisiClimate and Energy CampaignerGreenpeace

Nhlanhla Sibisi | Climate and Energy Campaigner | Greenpeace » speaking at Power & Electricity

Tichakunda SimbiniEnergy Infrastructure ExpertNepad

Tichakunda Simbini | Energy Infrastructure Expert | Nepad » speaking at Power & Electricity

Thandiwe SitholeChief Risk OfficerZesa

Thandiwe Sithole | Chief Risk Officer | Zesa » speaking at Power & Electricity

Carel SnymanDirectorSANEDI

Carel Snyman | Director | SANEDI » speaking at Power & Electricity

Prisca SokoChairpersonSADC Women in Business

Prisca Soko | Chairperson | SADC Women in Business » speaking at Power & Electricity

Mohamed Soliman AlyamanyChairmanArab Council for Sustainable Energy

Mohamed Soliman Alyamany | Chairman | Arab Council for Sustainable Energy » speaking at Power & Electricity

Rob StrangeGeneral ManagerANH Technologies (Pty) Ltd

Rob Strange | General Manager | ANH Technologies (Pty) Ltd » speaking at Power & Electricity

Karen Surridge-TalbotCenter ManagerSANEDI

Karen Surridge-Talbot | Center Manager | SANEDI » speaking at Power & Electricity

Patrice Mbaibarem TadendoHuman Resources DirectorSociete Nationale D’Electricite

Patrice Mbaibarem Tadendo | Human Resources Director | Societe Nationale D'Electricite » speaking at Power & Electricity

King TaylorCommercial DirectorWest Coast Gas

King Taylor | Commercial Director | West Coast Gas » speaking at Power & Electricity

Sean ThomasChief Executive OfficerBio 2 Watt

Sean Thomas | Chief Executive Officer | Bio 2 Watt » speaking at Power & Electricity

Peter TwesigyeRegulatory Affairs ManagerUMEME

Peter Twesigye | Regulatory Affairs Manager | UMEME » speaking at Power & Electricity

Jude UgwuokeHead, Revenue Protection UnitIbadan Electricity Distribution

Jude Ugwuoke | Head, Revenue Protection Unit | Ibadan Electricity Distribution » speaking at Power & Electricity

Godwin Ugah UnimkeProgramme DirectorCouncil for Renewable Energy Nigeria

Godwin Ugah Unimke | Programme Director | Council for Renewable Energy Nigeria » speaking at Power & Electricity

Annelize Van Der MerweDirector – Green EconomyInvestment South Africa, the dti

Annelize Van Der Merwe | Director - Green Economy | Investment South Africa, the dti » speaking at Power & Electricity

Jack Vincent RadmoreEnergy Programme ManagerThe Greencape Sector Development Agency

Jack Vincent Radmore | Energy Programme Manager | The Greencape Sector Development Agency » speaking at Power & Electricity

Robbert VlekkeSales ManagerTopec B.V.

Robbert Vlekke | Sales Manager | Topec B.V. » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ziria Tibalwa WaakoChief Executive OfficerElectricity Regulatory Authority

Ziria Tibalwa Waako | Chief Executive Officer | Electricity Regulatory Authority » speaking at Power & Electricity

Paul WambuguChief Innovations OfficerKenya Electricity Generating Company

Paul Wambugu | Chief Innovations Officer | Kenya Electricity Generating Company » speaking at Power & Electricity

Silas ZimuChief Executive OfficerAfrica Energy Corporation

Silas Zimu | Chief Executive Officer | Africa Energy Corporation » speaking at Power & Electricity

Ahmed ZobaaFellow Of African Academy Of Science Author – Handbook Of Renewable Energy TechnologyBRUNEL UNIVERSITY

Ahmed Zobaa | Fellow Of African Academy Of Science Author - Handbook Of Renewable Energy Technology | BRUNEL UNIVERSITY » speaking at Power & Electricity
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The Water Show Africa global speaker line up

Mohamed Abdelmawla, Agricultural Engineer, New Halfa Agricultural Corporation

Mohamed Abdelmawla | Agricultural Engineer | New Halfa Agricultural Corporation » speaking at Water Show Africa

Benson Ajisegiri, Head Of Water Reform And Public Private Partnership, Nigerian Water Supply Association C/O Department of Water Supply and Quality Control and Federal Ministry of Water Resources

Benson Ajisegiri | Head Of Water Reform And Public Private Partnership | Nigerian Water Supply Association C/O Department of Water Supply and Quality Control and Federal Ministry of Water Resources » speaking at Water Show Africa

Rose Alabaster, Director – Programme Development, WEHDI

Rose Alabaster | Director - Programme Development | WEHDI » speaking at Water Show Africa

Annie Estelle Ambani, Environmental Scientist, Data Analyst, And Research Consultant, University of Johannesburg

Annie Estelle Ambani | Environmental Scientist, Data Analyst, And Research Consultant | University of Johannesburg » speaking at Water Show Africa

Kevin Anderson, Head Of Strategic Initiatives, Climate Fund Managers

Kevin Anderson | Head Of Strategic Initiatives | Climate Fund Managers » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mr Muminu Badmus, Group Managing Director And Chief Executive Officer, Lagos Water Corporation

Mr Muminu Badmus | Group Managing Director And Chief Executive Officer | Lagos Water Corporation » speaking at Water Show Africa

Andrew Barker, Chairman, KlipSA

Andrew Barker | Chairman | KlipSA » speaking at Water Show Africa

Bertus Bierman, Chief Executive Officer, Lebalelo Water User Association

Bertus Bierman | Chief Executive Officer | Lebalelo Water User Association » speaking at Water Show Africa

Benjamin Biggs, Sustainable And Infrastructure Municipal Engineer, Jg Afrika

Benjamin Biggs | Sustainable And Infrastructure Municipal Engineer | Jg Afrika » speaking at Water Show Africa

Zanele Bila-Mupariwa, Director – Water Planning And Information, Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS)

Zanele Bila-Mupariwa | Director - Water Planning And Information | Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) » speaking at Water Show Africa

Patrice Boyer, Chief Executive Officer, Turnkey Water Solutions

Patrice Boyer | Chief Executive Officer | Turnkey Water Solutions » speaking at Water Show Africa

Morgan Brand, Farmer, Fresh Rots Farming

Morgan Brand | Farmer | Fresh Rots Farming » speaking at Water Show Africa

James Brand, Environmental Lawyer, ENSAfrica

James Brand | Environmental Lawyer | ENSAfrica » speaking at Water Show Africa

Katrin Bruebach, Director – Urban Water And Sanitation Solutions, Global Resilient Cities Network

Katrin Bruebach | Director - Urban Water And Sanitation Solutions | Global Resilient Cities Network » speaking at Water Show Africa

Konstant Bruinette, Deal Originator, DBSA

Konstant Bruinette | Deal Originator | DBSA » speaking at Water Show Africa

Matthew Callcott-Stevens, Chief Operating Officer, Gordios Farms

Matthew Callcott-Stevens | Chief Operating Officer | Gordios Farms » speaking at Water Show Africa

Kenneth Chense, Managing Director, Luapula Water and Sewerage Company Limited

Kenneth Chense | Managing Director | Luapula Water and Sewerage Company Limited » speaking at Water Show Africa

Victor Chewe, Infrastructure Planning Manager, Johannesburg water

Victor Chewe | Infrastructure Planning Manager | Johannesburg water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mpho Chokolo, Scheme Manager, Lepelle Northern Water

Mpho Chokolo | Scheme Manager | Lepelle Northern Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Lloyd Christie, Director, ENS Africa

Lloyd Christie | Director | ENS Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Ian Cooke, Director, SD Venture Advisors

Ian Cooke | Director | SD Venture Advisors » speaking at Water Show Africa

Wouter de Kock, Director, Flecto Sense

Wouter de Kock | Director | Flecto Sense » speaking at Water Show Africa

Adil Diani, Former Advisor To The Minister Of Energy, Mines, Water And Environment, Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment

Adil Diani | Former Advisor To The Minister Of Energy, Mines, Water And Environment | Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment » speaking at Water Show Africa

Debbie Donaldson, Leadership And Personal Coach, Deep Democracy

Debbie Donaldson | Leadership And Personal Coach | Deep Democracy » speaking at Water Show Africa

Greg Duggan, Sustainability Director, Sustainable Water Council

Greg Duggan | Sustainability Director | Sustainable Water Council » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mthokozisi Duze, Chief Executive Officer, Mhlathuze Water

Mthokozisi Duze | Chief Executive Officer | Mhlathuze Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Joanna Fatch, Project Manager, AU/NEPAD Southern African Network of Water Centres of Excellence

Joanna Fatch | Project Manager | AU/NEPAD Southern African Network of Water Centres of Excellence » speaking at Water Show Africa

Babalwa Fatyi, Managing Member, Myezo Environmental Management Services

Babalwa Fatyi | Managing Member | Myezo Environmental Management Services » speaking at Water Show Africa

Vincent Francisco, General Manager and Head Partners, Wellmax Energy and Water Management

Vincent Francisco | General Manager and Head Partners | Wellmax Energy and Water Management » speaking at Water Show Africa

Justin Friedman, Advisor, Biomimicry

Justin Friedman | Advisor | Biomimicry » speaking at Water Show Africa

Anelile Gibixego, Member – Gauteng, Young Water Professionals

Anelile Gibixego | Member - Gauteng | Young Water Professionals » speaking at Water Show Africa

Bashan Govender, Project Manager – Mine Water, Department of Water Affairs

Bashan Govender | Project Manager - Mine Water | Department of Water Affairs » speaking at Water Show Africa

Thomas Gyedu-Ababio, CEO, Inkomati Catchment Management Agency

Thomas Gyedu-Ababio | CEO | Inkomati Catchment Management Agency » speaking at Water Show Africa

Clifford Hallatt, Group Project Manager, MENAR

Clifford Hallatt | Group Project Manager | MENAR » speaking at Water Show Africa

Nora Hanke, Acting Water Sector Manager, EWSETA

Nora Hanke | Acting Water Sector Manager | EWSETA » speaking at Water Show Africa

Samkelisiwe Hlophe-Ginindza, Assistant Research Manager, Water Research Commission

Samkelisiwe Hlophe-Ginindza | Assistant Research Manager | Water Research Commission » speaking at Water Show Africa

Didier Ilunga, Senior Pipeline Manager, Rand Water Services

Didier Ilunga | Senior Pipeline Manager | Rand Water Services » speaking at Water Show Africa

Wayne Jansen, Industry Lead – Energy, Utilities and Resources, PwC

Wayne Jansen | Industry Lead - Energy, Utilities and Resources | PwC » speaking at Water Show Africa

Thandeka Jwara, Umgeni Water Young Professionals President, Umgeni Water

Thandeka Jwara | Umgeni Water Young Professionals President | Umgeni Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Gisela Kaiser, Director – Sustainable Water Management, Water Globe Consultants

Gisela Kaiser | Director - Sustainable Water Management | Water Globe Consultants » speaking at Water Show Africa

Ms Gigi Karmous-Edwards, President, Water Sector at Karmous-Edwards Digital Consulting

Ms Gigi Karmous-Edwards | President | Water Sector at Karmous-Edwards Digital Consulting » speaking at Water Show Africa

Hamanth Kasan, General Manager – Scientific Services Division Vice President – African Water Association, Rand Water

Hamanth Kasan | General Manager - Scientific Services Division Vice President - African Water Association | Rand Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema, Executive Manager, WaterNet

Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema | Executive Manager | WaterNet » speaking at Water Show Africa

Styger Kruger, Mechanical Engineer, GreenChain Group Pty Ltd

Styger Kruger | Mechanical Engineer | GreenChain Group Pty Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Krasposy Kanganga Kujinga, Programmes Coordinator, Waternet

Krasposy Kanganga Kujinga | Programmes Coordinator | Waternet » speaking at Water Show Africa

Shamiso Kumbirai, Sdg Investments Officer, Global Water Partnership

Shamiso Kumbirai | Sdg Investments Officer | Global Water Partnership » speaking at Water Show Africa

Alex Kuvarega, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa (UNISA)

Alex Kuvarega | Senior Lecturer | University of South Africa (UNISA) » speaking at Water Show Africa

Jørgen Erik Larsen, Counsellor Water Environment, Energy, Research And Innovation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

Jørgen Erik Larsen | Counsellor Water Environment, Energy, Research And Innovation | Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark » speaking at Water Show Africa

Benoit Le Roy, Co-Founder, The South African Water Chamber

Benoit Le Roy | Co-Founder | The South African Water Chamber » speaking at Water Show Africa

Neil Lecler, Hon Assoc Prof UKZN: Speacialist Agri Eng Consultant, Agri Drainage

Neil Lecler | Hon Assoc Prof UKZN: Speacialist Agri Eng Consultant | Agri Drainage » speaking at Water Show Africa

Simone Liefferink, Environmental Coordinator, Sibanye Stillwater

Simone Liefferink | Environmental Coordinator | Sibanye Stillwater » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mariette Liefferink, Chief Executive Officer, Federation for a Sustainable Environment

Mariette Liefferink | Chief Executive Officer | Federation for a Sustainable Environment » speaking at Water Show Africa

Theunis Lodewyk Duminy, Head of Water, iX Engineers

Theunis Lodewyk Duminy | Head of Water | iX Engineers » speaking at Water Show Africa

Johann Lubbe, Product Development Specialist, Product Innovation, Development Bank of Southern Africa

Johann Lubbe | Product Development Specialist, Product Innovation | Development Bank of Southern Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Audrey Maake, Environmental Scientist, East Rand Water Care Company – ERWAT

Audrey Maake | Environmental Scientist | East Rand Water Care Company - ERWAT » speaking at Water Show Africa

Murendeni Mafumo, Director, Kusini water

Murendeni Mafumo | Director | Kusini water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mbali Mahlayeye, Remote Sensing Scientist, Department of Water Affairs

Mbali Mahlayeye | Remote Sensing Scientist | Department of Water Affairs » speaking at Water Show Africa

Tshepiso Maja, -, 

Tshepiso Maja | - | - » speaking at Water Show Africa

Tshepiso Maja, -, 

Tshepiso Maja | - | - » speaking at Water Show Africa

Phillip Majeke, Process Engineer, Erwat

Phillip Majeke | Process Engineer | Erwat » speaking at Water Show Africa

Phillip Majeke, Process Engineer, Erwat

Phillip Majeke | Process Engineer | Erwat » speaking at Water Show Africa

Letuba Maruma, Members, Wellmax Energy and Water Management

Letuba Maruma | Members | Wellmax Energy and Water Management » speaking at Water Show Africa

Piet Maseema, Executive Specialist, Tshwane Municipality

Piet Maseema | Executive Specialist | Tshwane Municipality » speaking at Water Show Africa

Tebogo Mashifana, Senior Lecture, University of Johannesburg

Tebogo Mashifana | Senior Lecture | University of Johannesburg » speaking at Water Show Africa

Belis Matabire, WASH Coordinator, World Vision

Belis Matabire | WASH Coordinator | World Vision » speaking at Water Show Africa

Patrick Mathye, Regional Manager, Johannesburg water

Patrick Mathye | Regional Manager | Johannesburg water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Keamogetswe Matsho, Chief Executive Officer, Aqua Air Africa

Keamogetswe Matsho | Chief Executive Officer | Aqua Air Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Alex Mcnamara, Programme Manager – Climate And Water, National Business Initiative (NBI)

Alex Mcnamara | Programme Manager - Climate And Water | National Business Initiative (NBI) » speaking at Water Show Africa

Kevin Meier, Planning Services Manager, Umgeni Water

Kevin Meier | Planning Services Manager | Umgeni Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Walter Meyer, Executive Manager, Aquatan

Walter Meyer | Executive Manager | Aquatan » speaking at Water Show Africa

Thulani Mlilwana, Water Engineer, Engineering Consultant

Thulani Mlilwana | Water Engineer | Engineering Consultant » speaking at Water Show Africa

Itumeleng Mmutloane, Chief Engineer, Ekurhuleni Municipality

Itumeleng Mmutloane | Chief Engineer | Ekurhuleni Municipality » speaking at Water Show Africa

Thabo Mndaweni Motaung, Acting Deputy Director Diversity And Change Management, Gauteng Office of the Premier

Thabo Mndaweni Motaung | Acting Deputy Director Diversity And Change Management | Gauteng Office of the Premier » speaking at Water Show Africa

Joshua Moepya, Research And Development, Deputy Director – Learning And Development, Dept. Of Environmental Affairs

Joshua Moepya | Research And Development, Deputy Director - Learning And Development | Dept. Of Environmental Affairs » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mighty Mohotsi, Water Quality Statistician, Rand Water

Mighty Mohotsi | Water Quality Statistician | Rand Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mpho Mokwele, Principal Investment Officer, Development Bank of Southern Africa

Mpho Mokwele | Principal Investment Officer | Development Bank of Southern Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Jennifer Molwantwa, Executive, Inkomati Catchment Management Agency

Jennifer Molwantwa | Executive | Inkomati Catchment Management Agency » speaking at Water Show Africa

Alex Money, Programme Director, Oxford University

Alex Money | Programme Director | Oxford University » speaking at Water Show Africa

Lalitha Moodley, Senior Chemical Engineer, eThekwini Municipality Water & Sanitation unit

Lalitha Moodley | Senior Chemical Engineer | eThekwini Municipality Water & Sanitation unit » speaking at Water Show Africa

Ushal Moonsamy, Chief Solutions Officer, SqwidNet

Ushal Moonsamy | Chief Solutions Officer | SqwidNet » speaking at Water Show Africa

Moshodi Motebele, Co-Founder and Product Development Lead, Yellow Beast (Pty) Ltd

Moshodi Motebele | Co-Founder and Product Development Lead | Yellow Beast (Pty) Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

TSHOLOFELO MOTHIBI, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, 4 Degrees Consulting

TSHOLOFELO MOTHIBI | BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | 4 Degrees Consulting » speaking at Water Show Africa

Ziyanda Mpakama, Programme Manager, Stockholm International Water Institute

Ziyanda Mpakama | Programme Manager | Stockholm International Water Institute » speaking at Water Show Africa

William Muhairwe, Managing Director, National Water and Sewerage Corp

William Muhairwe | Managing Director | National Water and Sewerage Corp » speaking at Water Show Africa

Patience Nhari Mukuyu, Researcher – Transboundary Water Management, International Water Management Institute

Patience Nhari Mukuyu | Researcher - Transboundary Water Management | International Water Management Institute » speaking at Water Show Africa

Thomas Murphy, CEO, Water Life Systems Inc.

Thomas Murphy | CEO | Water Life Systems Inc. » speaking at Water Show Africa

Bernard Mutsago, Health Technical Manager, World Vision South Africa

Bernard Mutsago | Health Technical Manager | World Vision South Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Dhesigen Naidoo, Chief Executive Officer, Water Research Commission

Dhesigen Naidoo | Chief Executive Officer | Water Research Commission » speaking at Water Show Africa

Kirshen Naidoo, Market Segment Leader – Industrial Water, Royal HaskoningDHV

Kirshen Naidoo | Market Segment Leader - Industrial Water | Royal HaskoningDHV » speaking at Water Show Africa

Suvania Naidoo, Lecturer, UniSA

Suvania Naidoo | Lecturer | UniSA » speaking at Water Show Africa

Marisa Naidoo, Portfolio Manager – Natural Resources, Technology Innovation Agency

Marisa Naidoo | Portfolio Manager - Natural Resources | Technology Innovation Agency » speaking at Water Show Africa

Valerie Naidoo, Head Of Innovation And Business Development, Water Research Commission

Valerie Naidoo | Head Of Innovation And Business Development | Water Research Commission » speaking at Water Show Africa

Esper Ncube, Manager Process Technology, Rand Water

Esper Ncube | Manager Process Technology | Rand Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mthokozisi Ncube, Water Sector Specialist, Development Bank of Southern Africa

Mthokozisi Ncube | Water Sector Specialist | Development Bank of Southern Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Sandile Ngcobo, Bulk Operations Manager, Magalies Water

Sandile Ngcobo | Bulk Operations Manager | Magalies Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Yvonne Nkatha, Co Founder, Gambino bottling limited

Yvonne Nkatha | Co Founder | Gambino bottling limited » speaking at Water Show Africa

Francis Wasswa Nsubuga, Lecturer, University of Pretoria

Francis Wasswa Nsubuga | Lecturer | University of Pretoria » speaking at Water Show Africa

Lunga Ntlokwana, Managing Director, Alaké Consulting

Lunga Ntlokwana | Managing Director | Alaké Consulting » speaking at Water Show Africa

Felix Nworie, Lecturer, Ebonyi State University Abakaliki Nigeria

Felix Nworie | Lecturer | Ebonyi State University Abakaliki Nigeria » speaking at Water Show Africa

Olusola Ololade, Lecturer, University of Free State

Olusola Ololade | Lecturer | University of Free State » speaking at Water Show Africa

Jane Olwoch, Executive Director, Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management

Jane Olwoch | Executive Director | Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management » speaking at Water Show Africa

Dorcas Onyango, Director – Partnership Management, Coca-Cola Africa

Dorcas Onyango | Director - Partnership Management | Coca-Cola Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Richard Appiah Otoo, Chief Manager, Ghana Water Company Limited

Richard Appiah Otoo | Chief Manager | Ghana Water Company Limited » speaking at Water Show Africa

Philip Oyamo, Senior Project Manager, Water and Sanitation For The Urban Poor Wsup

Philip Oyamo | Senior Project Manager | Water and Sanitation For The Urban Poor Wsup » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mogan Padayachee, Executive Manager, Rand Water

Mogan Padayachee | Executive Manager | Rand Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Lobina G Palamuleni, Deputy Director, School Of Geo-Spatial Sciences, North-West University South Africa

Lobina G Palamuleni | Deputy Director, School Of Geo-Spatial Sciences | North-West University South Africa » speaking at Water Show Africa

Rapelang Patala, Researcher, University of South Australia

Rapelang Patala | Researcher | University of South Australia » speaking at Water Show Africa

Bjeorn Pietruschka, Director, H2O Sanitation Services

Bjeorn Pietruschka | Director | H2O Sanitation Services » speaking at Water Show Africa

Caillin Pillay, Assistant Manager, Neutratech South Africa PTY (LTD)

Caillin Pillay | Assistant Manager | Neutratech South Africa PTY (LTD) » speaking at Water Show Africa

Rivonia Pillay, Engineer, Department of Water Affairs

Rivonia Pillay | Engineer | Department of Water Affairs » speaking at Water Show Africa

Sudhir Pillay, Research Manager – Sanitation, Water Research Commission

Sudhir Pillay | Research Manager - Sanitation | Water Research Commission » speaking at Water Show Africa

Gerardo Pretorius, Water Management Engineer, SibanyeGold

Gerardo Pretorius | Water Management Engineer | SibanyeGold » speaking at Water Show Africa

Dr. Peter Prevos, Manager Of Data Science, Coliban Water

Dr. Peter Prevos | Manager Of Data Science | Coliban Water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Manuel Quintino, Director, International Water Management Institute

Manuel Quintino | Director | International Water Management Institute » speaking at Water Show Africa

Niren Rohanlal, Lead Business Development Manager, South Africa, Grundfos

Niren Rohanlal | Lead Business Development Manager, South Africa | Grundfos » speaking at Water Show Africa

Tendai Sawunyama, Manager: RSOP, Inkomati – Usuthu Catchment Management Agency

Tendai Sawunyama | Manager: RSOP | Inkomati - Usuthu Catchment Management Agency » speaking at Water Show Africa

Tendai Sawunyama, Senior Hydrologist, Iwr Water Resources (Pty) Ltd

Tendai Sawunyama | Senior Hydrologist | Iwr Water Resources (Pty) Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Moshiour Sharkar, Chairman, Moshiour Consultancy (Pvt.) Ltd

Moshiour Sharkar | Chairman | Moshiour Consultancy (Pvt.) Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Musa Shongwe, Quality Assurance Manager, Swaziland Water Services

Musa Shongwe | Quality Assurance Manager | Swaziland Water Services » speaking at Water Show Africa

Siphindile Sikhosana, Senior Manager, Metering And Revenue, Johannesburg water

Siphindile Sikhosana | Senior Manager, Metering And Revenue | Johannesburg water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Herman SmitQuality Filtration Systems

Herman Smit |  | Quality Filtration Systems » speaking at Water Show Africa

Romain SormaniTurnkey Water Solutions

Romain Sormani |  | Turnkey Water Solutions » speaking at Water Show Africa

Carien Spagnuolo, General Manager, Zebra Tube

Carien Spagnuolo | General Manager | Zebra Tube » speaking at Water Show Africa

Lohan Spies, Cyber-Security Technical Expert, IXO Foundation

Lohan Spies | Cyber-Security Technical Expert | IXO Foundation » speaking at Water Show Africa

David Stephenson, Emeritus Professor Of Water Engineering, stephenson & associates

David Stephenson | Emeritus Professor Of Water Engineering | stephenson & associates » speaking at Water Show Africa

Bennie THiart, Segment Director, Grundfos Pumps Ltd

Bennie THiart | Segment Director | Grundfos Pumps Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mmaphefo Thwala, Water Project Manager, N.B.I.

Mmaphefo Thwala | Water Project Manager | N.B.I. » speaking at Water Show Africa

Oliver Timms, Sales Manager, Evoqua Water Technologies Pte Ltd

Oliver Timms | Sales Manager | Evoqua Water Technologies Pte Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Sijabuliso Tshuma, Civil Engineer, Johannesburg water

Sijabuliso Tshuma | Civil Engineer | Johannesburg water » speaking at Water Show Africa

Anthony Turton, Professor, University of Free State

Anthony Turton | Professor | University of Free State » speaking at Water Show Africa

Malinda van Erden, Company Representative, Icy Shower Water. Divert & SAVE Pty Ltd

Malinda van Erden | Company Representative | Icy Shower Water. Divert & SAVE Pty Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Wihan Van Zyl, Chief Operating Officer, MCI IT (Pty) Ltd

Wihan Van Zyl | Chief Operating Officer | MCI IT (Pty) Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Stephan Venter, Product Specialist, Grundfos Pty Ltd

Stephan Venter | Product Specialist | Grundfos Pty Ltd » speaking at Water Show Africa

Mongezi Veti, General Manager – Safety, Health, Environment And Community Development, Exxaro Resources

Mongezi Veti | General Manager - Safety, Health, Environment And Community Development | Exxaro Resources » speaking at Water Show Africa

Muthoni Wanyoike, Team Lead, InstaDeep

Muthoni Wanyoike | Team Lead | InstaDeep » speaking at Water Show Africa

Vanessa Weber, Chairperson, Young Water Professionals

Vanessa Weber | Chairperson | Young Water Professionals » speaking at Water Show Africa

Peter Willis, Co-Founder, Drought Response Learning Initiative

Peter Willis | Co-Founder | Drought Response Learning Initiative » speaking at Water Show Africa

Desta (Yoseph) Wodebo, Hydrologist, Ethiopian Construction Design and Supervision Works Corporation

Desta (Yoseph) Wodebo | Hydrologist | Ethiopian Construction Design and Supervision Works Corporation » speaking at Water Show Africa

PAUL YILLIA, Research Scholar, INTERNATIONAL INST FOR APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS

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