African Energy Journal reports on the African continent's fast-developing power infrastructure with emphasis on providing
early notification of emerging projects. The growth of Africa's power supply (on-grid and off-grid electricity) will support the continent's
future development. African Energy Journal was launched in 1999 to track this growth into the new millennium.
The journal reports on the development of the African continent's power infrastructure, as well as new
projects and the refurbishment of existing plant and facilities. Africa's various energy options are explored,
as well as the technical, economic, regulatory and environmental issues involved in the business of power generation,
transmission and distribution.
Most importantly, African Energy Journal provides early warning of emerging projects seeking, globally, expertise and technological input crucial for companies expanding their businesses to take advantage of opportunities in Africa.
The journal is circulated throughout South Africa and the rest of Africa; targeting senior decision-makers in
national power utilities, government energy departments, municipalities, engineering companies, contractors,
equipment manufacturers, research institutions and other groups allied to the field of power generation and transmission.
African Energy Journal is published six times a year in February, April, June, August, October and December.
Readership and circulation data is monitored on a daily basis to ensure accuracy and correct targeting.
African Energy Journal is mailed independently and addressed personally by name, company and title to a
carefully researched audience.
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