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Crisis in Green Eskom has put more than renewable energy at risk
Eskom has put more than renewable energy at risk with its decision to put new agreements with Independent Power Producers' (IPP) renewable energy programmes on hold until it has
20 Sep 2016
COP22 COP22 informal consultations kick off in Skhirat
Two days of informal consultations between 140 delegates and climate negotiators from over 50 countries kicked off on September 8 in Skhirat, Morocco at the invitation of the
14 Sep 2016
IPP signatures are costing jobs Eskom delays on IPP signatures are costing jobs
The credibility of the renewable energy independent power producers (IPP) program which has received international acclaim is being threatened by ongoing delays within
14 Sep 2016
Carrier-neutral data centres The key to unlocking Southern Africa’s connectivity potential
Recently, the telecommunications industry has seen a sweeping growth in data traffic on a global scale, attributable to the smartphone boom that has taken place over the last few
14 Sep 2016
Video interview Anil Singh, Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation interview
Anil Singh, Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation interview with Mining Prospectus editor Gregory Simpson at the 2016 Mining Indaba.
09 Sep 2016
Video interview Louis Germishuys, COO Shaft Development at Master Drilling
Louis Germishuys, COO Shaft Development at Master Drilling interview with Mining Prospectus editor Gregory Simpson at the 2016 Mining Indaba.
09 Sep 2016
Giant Wind Farm Sika Wins Accolades For Giant Wind Farm
Consisting of forty-six concrete towers, the Gouda Wind Farm, situated in the Cape Winelands District, is one of the largest wind farms in Southern Africa, and the first of these
08 Sep 2016
Poor leadership and an inability to unite the cabinet The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry
president, chamber, tenders, transport, pravin gordhan
01 Sep 2016
Power Up! A Crystal Clear Energy Choice
In South Africa, and Africa, we can make more energy than we can use from solar and other alternative sources, but what do we do when the sun goes down or the wind stops
30 Aug 2016
Chamber of Commerce and Industry THE massive cost overruns on Eskom's new power stations mean huge and unaffordable increases in future electricity tariffs, says the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
"We are afraid there is no escape from the consequences of the quadrupling in the cost of the Ingula pump storage scheme and the doubling of the costs of the two coal-fired power
30 Aug 2016
Offshore Tidal Array In Scotland Nova Innovation Deploys World’s First Fully Operational Offshore Tidal Array In Scotland
Nova Innovation, a global leader in tidal energy generation, has deployed the world’s first fully-operational, commercial, grid-connected offshore tidal array in
30 Aug 2016
Solar Energy Projects Protecting groundwater on solar energy projects
As South Africa starts drawing on solar energy to meet growing electricity demand, it is also pioneering the best ways of responsibly managing the groundwater impact of
26 Aug 2016


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