We believe in the future of the energy sector. However, we also understand the global pandemic has had an effect on job creation, with many projects placed on hold because of the impact of COVID-19.
Students are hopeful for the future but would also like to know the facts about what is happening in the energy sector with regards to job creation and the employment rate. Many students do not know about all the opportunities available to them when it comes to graduate programmes, furthering their studies or what various universities offer in terms of
We believe the overarching theme of kick starting your career in the African power and energy industry encompasses the challenges and hopes of students while highlighting the realities and opportunities of the sector.
Interview with Priyesh Gosai- Principal, Scientific Officer ATProM Research Unit- UCT, Eskom Specialsation in Energy, Efficiency, Department of Mechanical Engineering, South Africa
Interview with Professor Wikus Van Niekerk-Dean, of the faculty of Engineering-Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Claire Volkwyn, Content Manager - African Utility Week, Clarion Events, South Africa