SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
The Power & Energy Society (PES) provides the world’s largest forum for sharing the latest in technological developments in the electric power industry, for developing standards that guide the development and construction of equipment and systems, and for educating members of the industry and the general public. Members of the Power & Energy Society are leaders in this field, and they — and their employers — derive substantial benefits from involvement with this unique and outstanding association.
IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) focuses specifically on the unique needs of industry and commerce. IAS is a source of professional power to its nearly 14,000 worldwide members. Through a network of over 370 chapters globally, regional events and national and international conferences, the society keeps members abreast of current developments in the area of technology in electricity and electronics. IAS enriches both its individual members and the industry as a whole through the sharing of specific industry-related solutions.
The IEEE Kenya Section is located in Region 8. It was founded in 1982 and has 200+ members with a goal to conduct activities that assist the local IEEE members to enhance their professional careers & communities.
IEEE, through its Board of Directors–endorsed IEEE in Africa Strategy, recognizes the opportunity to assist in cultivating greater engineering capacity to advance technology and innovation. The new Africa Council was approved by the MGA Board in June 2018, and it will be a major step toward the long-term stability and sustainability of IEEE’s support of African engineers. The Council includes all African Sections and Sub Sections that wish to participate, and will ultimately become the focus for much of IEEE’s engagement on the continent.
IEEE Smart Village (ISV) has a unique approach to support the world’s energy-impoverished communities by providing a comprehensive solution combining renewable energy, community-based education, and entrepreneurial opportunities. ISV provides seed-funding to carefully selected community entrepreneurs based upon a credible business plan that will impact significant number of people with electricity, education and jobs.
The energy sector in Kenya is managed by the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum (MoEP) which generates policies that are designed to create an enabling environment for efficient operation and growth of the sector. It sets the strategic direction for the growth of the sector and provides a long-term vision for all sector players.
The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) is a statutory body established under Section 3(1) of the Engineers Act 2011. The Board has the overall mandate of developing and regulating engineering practice in Kenya. The development and regulation of engineering practice is considered a key component to the achievement of infrastructure foundation under the country Vision 2030 development blueprint.
ESI Africa – Africa’s leading power and energy journal – is positioned as an impartial industry mouthpiece, delivering the latest technical developments, breaking news and analysis in both print and digital formats. Since 1996, ESI Africa has presented unique market opportunities to both buyers and sellers; facilitating sector stakeholder engagement through key event media partnerships and through our position as host publication of the Clarion Energy Power series worldwide.