#LiveWebinar Series: Discarding Conspiracy Theories: 5G For Smart And Efficient Energy

Coming Up Next In The Power & Electricity World Africa #LiveWebinar Series: Discarding Conspiracy Theories: 5G For Smart And Efficient Energy

The webinar takes place on Tuesday, 28 April, 10h00 (GMT+2).

5G network has been embraced in the minds of many of us as the cause of COVID-19. This fake news has barred the idea of the true meaning and understanding of 5G and its benefits in the energy sector, particularly smart electricity in utilities and beyond. Despite the infrastructural implications that implementing the 5G network in smart metering may involve, it is the most feasible option in improving smart metering, thus transmission and distribution of energy.

Join this webinar to learn more about the importance of 5G network in the energy sector.

Register for free and join our think tank of experts:
  • Ms Nelisiwe Magubane, Advisor, AMEU – Association of Municipal Electricity Utilities, South Africa
  • Rens Bindeman, Senior Technical Advisor, SARPA, South Africa
  • Mlungisi Mkhwanazi, Executive Director, Africa Utilities Technology Council, South Africa
  • Thulani Mlilwana, Civil & Structural Engineer, Delta Built Environment Consultants, South Africa

Limited virtual seats available. Register for FREE HERE

Author: GBA News Desk



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