The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan has stopped the global renaissance of electricity generation from nuclear sources in its tracks.
Governments world-wide and in Africa are rethinking their nuclear power plans and with only one nuclear power station in Africa coming to the end of its economic life time:
A NUCLEAR FREE AFRICAN CONTINENT IS POSSIBLE
With most, if not all, African countries being desperately short of new electricity generation capacity wind power will become the most economic alternative to be implemented in the shortest possible time.
In reaction some turbine suppliers have experienced an immediate increase in their share values of up to 40%, which will soon be reflected positively also in their order books.
These signs leave no time for procrastination in implementing new wind power plants. Will the world and Africa in particular be soon in the same situation, similar to 2008, where delivery periods of turbines and components were in excess of three years and prices rising?
Join us in these discussions and find out at the:
3rd WIND POWER AFRICA Conference and Renewable Energy Exhibition 09 to 11 May 2011 in Cape Town.
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