Omar V. Al Sherif – Electrical Engineer Nwabisa Ntshamba – Electrical Engineer Ester Hamatwi – Research Assistant Mathy Mpassy – Principal Consultant Kanjo E. Shey – Electrical Engineer Liking M. Mulenga – Asst. Electrical Superintendent Hadija Hassan – Project Manager Ngeh E. Bah – Electrical Engineer Eligrania Lema – Mentor/Trainor Chanda K. Chalwe – Electrical… Read more
Update from Tutorial C -Innovative Entrepreneurial Opportunities. (culled from IEEE Society Sentinel Newsletter – 13 July 2016 (2016-07-13) Vol. 21, No. 13) On 28 June 2016, Ken Stauffer, Chair of the IEEE Entrepreneurship Ad Hoc Committee and Rakesh Kumar, Vice-Chair of the committee piloted the IEEE Entrepreneurship tutorial event. The tutorial was organized not only to… Read more
DAY 5 – July 2, 2016 (Final Day) We had a nice team of people sign up for leadership for the 2017 IEEE PowerAfrica Conference. Everyone is looking forward to it. We also commenced gathering of ideas for the theme of the next conference. At this moment, everyone at the conference is gearing up for… Read more
The D-Day has arrived! Welcome to the 2016 edition of the IEEE PES PowerAfrica Conference. Wishing all speakers, delegates and guests a fruitful participation!
LATEST INFORMATION REGARDING Activities in Livingstone The Royal Livingstone Express – 0213 323232: $175.00 inclusive transfers within Livingstone — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —… Read more
Thus FAQ will be continuously updated throughout for the duration of the conference Q. How do I register for the conference? A. Please proceed to https://event-wizard.com/powerafrica2016/0/authentication to register. Registration rates are available here http://site.ieee.org/powerafrica/registration/ Q. Which hotels are available for the conference? A. Royal Livingstone, Avani Victoria Falls, Protea and Charisma hotels are all available… Read more
Exciting News! Early Bird Registration dates for the IEEE Power Africa Conference have been now extended. Register NOW and join us in Zambia!
You can take advantage of the early bird rate now and register for the conference. Visit the Registration page to see the Fees, then proceed to the registration platform.
1st Conversation: Women in Power in Africa: Likonge Makai Mulenga in the Zambia Mining Industry 2nd Conversation: Voice of the Masses on Local Energy Security 3rd Conversation: Politician’s Perspective on Electrification in Zambia: Chipoka Mulenga 4th Conversation: Career Choices: Prof. Jorry Muyetwa Mwenechanya of the Rural Electrification Authority, Zambia 5th Conversation:AllowPowerInAba: Mobilize Youth and Individuals… Read more