Supply chain issues are threatening to undermine some power developer efforts in South Africa, with some older pricing assumptions now “woefully out of date,” potentially causing project delays – according to reporting in the latest edition of African Energy.
The effects of disrupted supply chains which emerged during the Covid-19 pandemic continue to ripple through Africa’s power sector. As such, supply chain challenges and the effects of rising costs will be a key topic at the upcoming Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables 2022 on 16-17 November. Day one will feature an in-depth discussion on these challenges during the second session.
- Where is the industry experiencing disruptions in the supply of key project components?
- What impact will rising costs have on future tenders?
- What scope is there to onshore some of these supply chains?
View the entire programme via the AIX: POWER & RENEWABLES 2022 page.