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In this issue

This issue focuses on: financing the energy sector; opportunities available in the sector; an in-depth interview with Tullow Country Manager; geopolitics and a special feature on Women in Energy Conference and Awards 2017.

WATTSUP Magazine Description:

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Watts up magazine is East Africa’s newest and only communication tool for the energy industry; a thought-leading, energy lifestyle magazine, developed to help the industry answer some of the critical questions it is currently grappling with. It is a bimonthly Magazine with topics covered as such renewables, waste-to-energy, future fuels, electric vehicles, smart energy, energy efficiency, new technology, energy security and more. We target to engage consumers by breaking down energy issues into simple to understand stories thus making a topic perceived to be relatively complex and boring interesting and actionable.
The Magazine highlights what organizations are doing across board to ease on matters impacting the communities. We cover the wholes spectrum of Oil and Gas, upstream and downstream, from energy generation, source, transmission, distribution and retail in renewables, wind, solar, storage, hydro, gas and smart energy. The magazine offers you a chance to speak to your core customers in a language they understand and take action.

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