Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent. It covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20.4% of its total land area. With 1.1 billion people as of 2013, it accounts for about 15% of the world's human population. 

Until 2014 the Sub-Saharan Africa was in the situation where nearly 600 million people were without electricity, 7 countries with 50% electrification and only 150 kilowatt-hours per-capita consumption. 

The Government and many other private organizations are working together for the vision “Brighter Africa 2040”. 

The scenario till now –




West Africa will be even more dominated by gas than the East African market.

"Currently, the region relies on expensive imported oil-based fuels for more than 60% of its electricity generation (including backup diesel generators), but in 2020 and 2030, the proportion of gas will rise significantly, as it is the only real domestic option for large-scale capacity."

Today countries like Africa and many others rely completely on diesel generators due to the heavy power outages that they face. From industrial manufacturing plants to commercial buildings and multi-site retailers, all businesses are powered by DG sets. These DG sets have to be allocated a significant budget and they do take a shark’s bite out of the Net Profits.


"As per a study the average loss due to fuel pilferage/theft per diesel generator is $1,250 per annum which sums up to a global average of approximately $2.5 Billion per annum."

Generator Monitoring System (GMS) provides an innovative solution and better understanding of the performance of the devices and their energy/fuel consumption, as well as gaining insights into fuel savings, operational efficiency that to on mobile and web-based applications. This enables you to view the reports anytime and anywhere.

What role can LogicLadder play?

LogicLadder is an enterprise SaaS organization which is a prominent player in the field of energy monitoring systems, operating from India and footprints in Africa and GCC. Currently they have two online platforms to offer in regards to the African story, EnergyLogicIQ™ and EnergyLogicIQ-Generator™Both the platforms help the users to monitor their energy and fuel consumption.

 

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