Africa 21.4.2017 04:19 pm

African Utility Week to look at ways of making electricity more affordable

The African Utility Week conference will take place in Cape Town from May 16 to 18.

The 17th African Utility Week taking place in May will see electricity powerhouses on the continent battling to become profitable pay attention to the World Bank’s insights on how to achieve this while making services affordable for the poor.

African Utility Week to look at ways of making electricity more affordable
African Utility Week to look at ways of making electricity more affordable

African Utility Week to look at ways of making electricity more affordable

The African Utility Week conference will take place in Cape Town from May 16 to 18.

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