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African Power & Energy Elite 2019

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On the African energy and energy elite, 2019 was influenced by the leadership and mentorship of four industrial experts who have invested cumulatively in the journey of energy and energy for many years.

This article first appeared in The African Power & Energy Elites, 2019. Here you can read the entire digital magazine, or subscribe here to get a printed copy.

Each player contributed their informed opinion and dynamism during one month of nomination. Providing wealth of knowledge – given their diversity a set of skills and experience – the final selection of the advisory board can certainly boast of a group of highly valued individuals and projects that lead the industry through change.

From the editorial office of African Power & Energy Elites, we want to thank you for acting as our support column for the 2019 industry. It was an absolute pleasure to work with each of you on this project where we believe that your efforts will be appreciated by those involved and our readers.

Energy expert Development Bank of South Africa
He is a longtime energy expert in DBSA. Its projects are gas, coal, renewable energy sources and hydroelectric power plants; spread across the continent. She graduated from economics, bankruptcy law, cost engineering and energy. She worked in the consulting room, as well as in IPPs, utility companies and home financing.

Chief Engineer Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
Jarrad is a graduate electrical engineer and registered with ECSA. He is a member of SAIEE, CIGRE and IEEE. He has extensive experience in the energy sector in 11 African countries in the production, transmission and distribution of electricity.

Recently, as a Regional Energy Efficiency Manager (Africa), his main strategic project was the establishment and expansion of a specialized software company into a respectable energy consulting firm leading the class simulation tool for energy market operations / planning in Africa. In the end 2015 Jarrad took the opportunity to join the newly established CSIR Energy Center as the chief engineer. His passion, which includes the intersection of the technical and economic aspects of power systems, prompted him to attend a doctorate at Wits University.

Editor ESI Africa
Nicolette has been working in the African energy, power and water sector since 2011, first as the director of the content for the African Utility Week and now as the editor of ESI Africa. During her career, which began in the financial industry, she followed the trends and influence of young leaders on the market Terms, and provided a unique platform for profiling women in energy.

She is training her for the right, and her expertise and passion for corporate governance, sustainability and delivery to SDG brings her to the editorial combination of ESI Africa.

Electrical Consultant Engineer KERAM Enterprises
Robert is a senior consultant of electrical engineering and energy business administrator with more than 22 years of experience in the power sector. He started and led a number of projects and business transformation projects in power distribution companies in Uganda and Rwanda. He has extensive experience in network performance management, network resource deployment, renewals and extensions, network operations and maintenance, revenue management and loss reduction, asset management, quality assurance, business unit management, change management, access initiatives, and project management.

Robert Mubire has mastered business management at the University of Bradford (UK), graduated in electrical engineering from the Maker University in Kampala and has been certified as a Renewable Energy Expert.

This article first appeared in The African Power & Energy Elites, 2019. Here you can read the entire digital magazine, or subscribe here to get a printed copy.

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