Event Start:
29 Jun 2023 04:30 PM
Event End:
29 Jun 2023 07:30 PM
Johannesburg, South Africa
Event Summary:


The Long Walk to Energy Independence

 Could the removal of the 100MW limit enable an energy self-sufficient private sector that could sustain the economy?

By now, it is clear that the private sector and citizens must play a role in contributing to a self-sufficient energy supply. As the country continues to face rolling blackouts, and we begin the road to finding "our freedom", we explore the future of the energy industry in South Africa. Will the removal of the 100MW limit be enough to help achieve energy independence? What other mechanisms should the government be considering in order to end loadshedding?

Join your FLN peers for an interactive discussion about how to move our industry forward and take a step closer to sustainable energy solutions in South Africa.


Moderators: Bridgett Majola, CMS and Karabo Kanapi, CMS

Ted Moloto, IDC

Chanda Nxumalo, Harmattan Renewables

Adhila Mayet, Pele Green Energy

Jonathan Dhlamini, IDC


FLN Event Details: 

Registration: 4.30pm 

Disscusion begins: 5:00pm

Networking: 6:00pm            

Format: In-person briefing; Panel Discussion followed by Networking Drinks Reception.

Address: CMS offices, 3rd Floor, 82 Maude Street, Sandton, Johannesburg

Our Future Leaders Network is inclusive for all and we encourage all backgrounds, ethnicities and genders to join.





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