This site uses cookies to provide you with a more responsive and personalized service. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies. Please read our cookie notice for more information on the cookies we use and how to delete or block them.

Bookmark Email Print this page

Infrastructure and Power

Infrastructure and Power Deloitte offers unrivalled depth, breadth and quality of expertise in the Infrastructure and Power industry which enables us to service not only a large portion of Africa’s energy companies but also the world’s. We keep pace with industry developments and anticipate both country-specific and global trends. Our goal is to enable infrastructure and power companies to solve some of their most complex business and industry problems.

Key focus areas

Electricity
   
Nuclear
Smart metering
   
Renewables
Water
   
   
Transport

Africa Centre for Power & Utilities

Africa Center for Power & UtilitiesThe Deloitte Africa Centre for Power & Utilities provides a forum for benchmarking, thought leadership, relevant research relating to emerging and developing markets, and industry collaboration to help power and utilities regulators, operators and policy makers solve the most complex energy challenges.

Featured Insights

Global Powers of Consumer Products 2013 Energy Modelling and Planning: A tested sustainable input to simplifying energy investment decisions
The opportunity for consumer products companies to manage their brands online, engage with consumers at an individual level, and drive sales through digital channels is significant. The question is how to do it well.
   
The Ripple Effect Enquiry Demystifying Tariff Setting
For years, low electricity costs have been a driver behind South Africa’s economic growth and our competitiveness as a nation. Now, sharply rising electricity tariffs are beginning to have a significant impact on our country’s economic sustainability. Based on most of the comments on Eskom’s tariff application given at the NERSA public hearings in January 2013, general consensus seems to be that tariff adjustments should be kept to a minimum.
   
UK Food and Beverage 2020 What is keeping Energy Leaders awake at night?
Delegates at the 2013 Africa Energy Indaba had the unique opportunity to participate in the Deloitte Insomnia Index. The fourteen themes selected were based on specific challenges and opportunities energy stakeholders could face when considering the energy environment in Africa. The results of this survey reflect what is top of mind for these individuals. The survey shows that the top four opportunities energy professionals see in Africa are: alternative energy; Africa: developing market; alternative fossil fuels and shifting technology.
   
Global Powers of Retailing 2013 Addressing Africa’s Infrastructure Challenges
Inadequate infrastructure remains a major obstacle towards Africa achieving its full economic growth potential. With Africa seen as one of the world’s fastest growing economic hubs, meeting the demand for key infrastructure has been identified as a priority. This translates into exciting opportunities for global investors who need to look past the traditional Western view of Africa as a homogeneous block, and undertake the detailed research required to understand the nuances and unique opportunities of each region and each individual country.
 
 

Key contact


Shamal Sivasanker
Infrastructure and Power Leader
Email: ssivasanker@deloitte.co.za

Related information

Deloitte Power Solutions
Deloitte in the news
Conferences
Deloitte in the News

Thought leadership

 

 

Stay connected:

 

Material on this website is © 2014 Deloitte Global Services Limited, or a member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, or one of their affiliates. See Legal for copyright and other legal information.

Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity. Please see www.deloitte.com/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and its member firms.

Get connected
Share your comments

 

 

More on Deloitte
Learn about our site

  


Recently blogged