DAY 1 - 22ND MARCH 2022

Mr Henry Kachaje, CEO Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) and AFUR Chairman

Mr James Manda, Technical Manager, African Forum for Utility Regulators (AFUR)

Stakeholder Presentations

The Case Of: Environmental Protection, Utility Sustainability And Consumer Protection
Mr James Manda, Technical Manager, AFUR

Institutionalizing Regulatory Asset Data, Monitoring and Verification Practices that can improve – Infrastructure Asset Management for the Electricity Distribution Industry in Africa.
Mr. Andrew Sematimba, Business Development Director, Kanara Solutions 


Environmental Protection And Utility Sustainability In The Egyptian Electricity Regulations
Sherein Abdalla, Technical Evaluation Department Manager, EgyptERA

EPRA – Up-Streaming Petroleum Market – To be Confirmed

ESAWAS – Water – To be Confirmed

DAY 2 - 23RD MARCH 2022

Defining the Role of Eskom, NERSA and other Players in the Electricity Supply Industry to ensure sustainability, Consumer Protection and orderly development of the Industry
Michael Welile Mkhize, NERSA, South Africa


AFUR Mainstreaming Mini-grid Tariff Settlement Tools and Methodologies Across African Regulators – GAP Analysis Report
Robert Opini, AESG, Kenya

Adoption of Electric vehicles in Rwanda

Quantifying the impact of policy decisions and benefits of coordinated planning in the consistently evolving energy systems
David Robertson, Vice President of Solutions, EMEA

Renewable Energy Toolbox – To be Confirmed

Infrastructure Development in Africa – PIDA – To be Confirmed

DAY 3 – 24TH MARCH 2022