Optimising the Transmission System in Mozambique Several reactive power compensation projects have been completed across the entire network of Mozambique by EOH Power Systems
Although the electrification rate in Mozambique is approximately 12%, which is well below the average for Sub-Saharan Africa, the government of Mozambique is targeting 20%
18 Sep 2017
The South Africa Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) welcomes the announcement by the Minister of Energy The South Africa Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) welcomes the announcement by the Minister of Energy that the outstanding PPA’s for Round 3.5 and 4 will be signed on the 28th of October 2017.
The South Africa Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) welcomes the announcement by the Minister of Energy, Ms Mmamoloko Kubayi, made today that the RE IPP Programme will
28 Aug 2017
Bioenergy Atlas welcomed as future energy generation for South Africa South Africa’s first Bioenergy Atlas has been hailed as a positive step towards transforming the country into a low-carbon and future clean energy hub in Africa, while simultaneously creating jobs
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has launched the Bioenergy Atlas of South Africa to provide information on potential bioenergy resources and their geographic
28 Aug 2017
In Focus: South Africa’s pioneering REIPPPP developments First movers for adopting renewable energy generally experienced higher costs and prior to 2010 projects were often made feasible through a range of subsidies and incentives. As markets for renewable energy have matured, deployment is increasingly occurring due to favourable economics compared to conventional generation options.
These favourable economics are clearly quantifiable by looking at the cost of externalities, short run marginal costs, and levelised cost of electricity of the various generation
28 Aug 2017
Energy Transition Remaking our world for the better
As the rigs come down, thousands of wind-turbine towers are going up generating pollution-free electricity at an affordable price. And it’s not only in Europe—a global
28 Aug 2017
Intelligent photovoltaic modular switch-off system Photovoltaic (PV) systems have become an important and established source of power, with a current installed capacity of approximately 230 gigawatts worldwide. Around two-thirds of all PV systems are installed on rooftops.
Maintaining and repairing PV installations should be just as easy and safe as it is to put them into operation. The Solarcheck RSD intelligent modular switch-off system allows PV
28 Aug 2017
Power Africa Partners U.S. African Development Foundation and GE Announce Women in Energy Challenge Winners in Uganda Joint Energy and Environments Projects (JEEP) and Conservation and Development Uganda Limited (CODE) will each be awarded a grant of $100,000 to expand their renewable energy enterprises to reach women beneficiaries
The U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), in collaboration with partners Power Africa and GE (www.GE.com), is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 Women in Energy
28 Aug 2017
When mine rehabilitation and captive power collide By Tshegofatso Masilo (Candidate Attorney), Beatrix Spargo (Associate) and Garyn Rapson (Partner)
The mining industry has always played a major role in the world's economy. With the global economic downturn, however, mining companies are under increasing pressure to minimise
28 Aug 2017
Is carpooling the future of urban mobility? Asks Chris Megan, CEO and co-Founder of mobility app, uGoMyWay
There would be something gratifying about guessing the future, particularly when it is patently counterintuitive.  Isn’t carpooling all about that quaint 70’s
28 Aug 2017
South African power stations Steadfast battery supplier at the core of South African power stations
The complexity and importance of power stations across South Africa is matched only by the reliability and steadfastness required of its interconnected parts. If not run with
28 Aug 2017
The opportunity for industrialization in Africa is now Siemens supports Uganda’s power goals with diamond sponsorship for Future Energy Uganda in Kampala
“In Uganda, Siemens’ primary goal is to assist the government to increase national power generating capacities and to connect the local population to the power grids.
22 Aug 2017
Ed’s Note The battle for SA’s energy future
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite energy quarterly, it has certainly been another pulsating time for energy sector since we last touched base. The
14 Aug 2017 - G. S.


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Issue 37


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