PLEXOS® Strengthens its Presence Across the East African Power Market

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Established for 15 years, East African Power Industry Convention boasts a world class conference combined with the largest showcase of technology, equipment & solutions for the power sector in East Africa. This market leading exhibition is the first port of call for senior decision makers from:

• Utilities

• IPP’s

• Large Power Users

• Contractors

• Consultants

• Governments

• Regulators

They will be at the event in order to source the latest solutions and technologies to meet the needs of their organizations. Over the 2 days of EAPIC, more than 500 decision makers from all over the world will interact, discuss, debate and decide what matters most.

Energy Exemplar’s newly appointed SeniorConsultant for Africa, Dr Jarrad Wright has been invited to present at the 2014 East Africa Power Industry Convention in Kenya, 3-4 September discussing how the PLEXOS® Integrated Energy Model with its latest advancements and applications in modelling, planning and forecasting can be used to boost production, efficiency and cut costs surrounding the issues that continue to emerge within East Africa Power Industry.

Energy Exemplar will be at the forefront, exhibiting amongst the 45+ exhibitors, showcasing the new development features and applications of the PLEXOS® Gas-Electric Modelwith real-time scenarios, modelling and cost-cutting solutions including Generation, Transmission, Capacity Expansion Planning, Ancillary Services, Electricity Price Forecasting, Gas Modelling, Hydro and much more… Plus you will enjoy the many free promotional give-aways of Energy Exemplar and PLEXOS and what we promise will be a truly memorable PLEXOS experience.

Please contact us if you wish to set up a meeting and demonstration during these days.

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