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EVENTS

Grid Reliability and Utility Operations Conference

CountryGhana
TagsElectricity tariffs, Electricity utilities, Energy Access

What can emerging research tell us about the challenges facing utilities in delivering reliable energy in low and middle income countries?

Hosted by the DFID-funded Applied Research Programme on Energy and Economic Growth (EEG), in collaboration with the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), this two day conference will showcase findings from emerging research on the challenges facing utilities in low and middle income countries in delivering reliable, sustainable energy to customers.

The keynote speaker will be Mr Martin Eson-Benjamin, Chief Executive of Ghana’s Millennium Development Authority. He will be joined by an expert line-up of speakers reflecting experience across Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, presenting on topics including: the impacts of unreliable electricity supply and the role of technology and utilities in increasing reliability; the impacts of non-technical losses and the remedial measures available; power sector reform, including tariff setting and market structures; dispatch diagnostics, and the technical and human resource constraints facing utilities.

Presentations include:

See attached the programme agenda.