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The DBSA Story Fast tracking Renewable Energy
In 2010, the DBSA joined forces with the Department of Energy and National Treasury to develop the market for Independent Power Producers (IPP). At the time, we never imagined
28 Jan 2019
10 Years Strong Energy Forecast magazine celebrates a decade of bringing its readers the latest in energy news and insightful interviews with industry leaders and organisations
For the last ten years, this niche business-to-business publication—that is South Africa’s pre-eminent energy publication—has given its readers the
19 Mar 2018
Solar Steam–a pillar in creating the foundation for a new energy frontier South Africa may still get most of its energy from coal, but in the country’s sunny Northern Cape province, a different electricity source is taking hold
A Spanish renewable energy company has opened three thermal solar plants in the province. The plants which use solar-heated salt to drive turbines, produce enough electricity
19 Mar 2018
The promise of Paris Climate change is creating business opportunities
African countries can meet climate targets promised in the landmark Paris Agreement by catalyzing trillions of dollars in private investments through a combination of smart policy
09 Feb 2018
Climate change adaptation standards are necessary: The alternative is unacceptable Why we should consider climate change adaptation standards as part of the climate governance toolkit?
A few years ago, a colleague of mine who heads up the environmental planning and climate resilience efforts of a mid-sized African city confessed she just threw out every
30 Oct 2017 - S. C. M. P.
POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa to share light for Nelson Mandela Day Africa’s premier power sector conference will light up rural areas of Africa, when it comes out in support of SolarAid to commemorate Nelson Mandela Day.
POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, staged in Johannesburg by PenWell Corporation, opens on 18 July 2017 – the day South Africans marks Nelson Mandela Day. To commemorate
21 Jun 2017
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
EVENTS Petro.t.ex Africa: Addressing SA’s Challenges
Africa’s petroleum and petrochemical industry faces many challenges, including climate change issues, fuel security and the falling oil price. These will be addressed at the upcoming Petro.t.ex Conference
22 Mar 2015
CLIMATE CHANGE SA urged to implement environmentally friendly measures or face grueling consequences
In its recent report the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) revealed that South Africa is responsible for the majority of African's carbon emissions as a result of
26 May 2014
Cop 19 The latest information of the last two weeks proceedings
The Conference of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol met for the 19th time (COP19) in Warsaw in November this year. The aim was to provide a structure for a new global agreement in 2015, to be ratified in Paris
04 Dec 2013 - R. L.




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