• Home
  • About Us

      Sectoral Committees

      OUR WORK

  • Forum
  • News
  • Contact

Commercial Quality of Service (QoS) Regulation

Virtual Meeting

The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) cordially invites you to participate in the upcoming Virtual Workshop on Commercial Quality of Service (QoS) Regulation offered in coordination with the African Forum for Utility Regulators (AFUR) Agency for International Development (USAID) and Power Africa in coordination with AFUR. Recordings  AFUR NARUC QoS Webinar 16 Jan ... Read more

20th Conference and AGA

CTICC2 CAPE TOWN

The opening up of public services to private participation is a complex and controversial issue. On one hand, private participation can bring in much- needed investment, expertise, and innovation to improve the quality and efficiency of public services. However, on the other hand, it can also pose risks to the public interest, including concerns over ... Read more

Enhancing Cybersecurity Through Energy Regulation

Virtual Meeting

Cybersecurity is becoming an ever-greater necessity for utilities and regulators as disruptive technologies become increasingly accessible to malicious actors, from hostile governments to individuals. In this quickly evolving space, regulators will play a key role in mitigating and responding to cybersecurity threats. This webinar will run for two to three hours with time for questions ... Read more

Technical Quality of Service Regulation

Virtual Meeting

Technical QoS regulation falls under a regulator’s technical responsibilities. QoS is the totality of characteristics of power supply services that bear on its ability to satisfy the needs of consumers (typically end-users). Technical QoS can be divided into two sub-categories: (1) continuity of supply (CoS), and (2) voltage quality (VQ). This webinar will run for ... Read more

Infrastructure Asset Management (IAM) Conference

AFUR and AERF are collaborating on the Infrastructure Asset Management project, finding solutions to solve the Infrastructure Asset Management gaps in Africa and meet the continent's developing political, economic, geographic, rural-urban, and technological demands for the Infrastructure Asset Energy sectors. The conference will be attracting utilities, energy regulators, and service providers from Africa and the ... Read more

en_USEN