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  • CX Excellence for Energy Professionals

    By Carolyne Gathuru Customer experience excellence is generally considered the preserve of those in the service industry and thought to be constricted to those that have high interaction with customers in spaces of service delivery. What is not known, and needs to be amplified on loud speaker, is that customer…

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  • All You Need To Know About Machine Learning

    Machine Learning and Big Data Career Opportunities in the Evolving Energy Space The importance of cutting past the excitement and incorporating actual use cases of big data, the internet of things, and machine learning in the energy sector is increasingly becoming apparent as more and more industries take advantage of…

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  • A FOCUS ON THE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SPACE

    2018 GAINS IN THE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SPACE IN AFRICA AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR 2019 Introduction 2018 was a momentous year for the energy management space in Africa. We made huge strides forward in creating a better working energy management environment. This is significant for the continent as with the right…

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  • 5 key Non-technical Skills for Energy Professionals

    By Linet Njeri Learning is the single best investment we can make in our lifetime. The world’s busiest and most wealthy individuals including Warren Buffet, Bill Gates and Barrack Obama have identified continuous learning as an important part of life and dedicate 5 hours a week to learning. It is…

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  • World Energy Day 2017 Highlights

    World Energy Day was proposed by Harold Oh and proclaimed first on July 22, 2012 at the World Energy Forum 2012. Since, the World Energy Day is celebrated internationally and supported by a large number of United Nations member states. World Energy Day is observed yearly on October 22 to raise awareness towards…

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  • THE QUESTION OF HIGH ENERGY COST

    By Jude Songok IS HIGH ENERGY COST INCENTIVE OR DISINCENTIVE TOWARDS ENERGY EFFICIENCY? As may be noted in developing nations, industrialization has suffered in various ways due multiple factors. Key factor has been cost of energy. The chat above shows a summary of the total energy supply in Kenya. Hydro…

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