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Nuclear Energy Does South Africa have a real need?
Donald Kaberuka, a former president of the African Development Bank, said: “In all areas of infrastructure services, such as… energy…there is a large gap when
19 Mar 2018 - I. P.
Giving pumps a new lease of life Retrofitting is an excellent alternative to buying a new product and can be performed on pumps regardless of their intended use.
Local pump manufacturer, KSB Pumps and Valves is leading the way with its wide range of service that assist users to get the most out of their pumps when pumping requirements
12 Mar 2018
New ministers Energy users welcome new ministers
The Energy Intensive User Group (EIUG), which works towards a sustainable energy sector on behalf of its energy intensive members, welcomed the appointment of Minister Jeff Radebe
05 Mar 2018
Globeleq selects IFS Applications 9 to support expansion plans African focused power producer invests more than £1m in end-to-end software from IFS to streamline its business systems and processes
IFS, the global enterprise applications company, today announced that Globeleq, a leading independent power producer solely focused on Africa, will
21 Feb 2018
Bureau Veritas announces high tech innovative breakthroughs for clients Solutions in quality, health & safety, environmental protection and social responsibility
Bureau Veritas, the global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification, today unveiled more transformative and innovative professional solutions and services, further
15 Feb 2018
Financing, digital revolution top of mind ahead of POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa New power sector priorities are emerging across Africa, including financing of major power projects, joining the dots between generation and the 650 million ‘power poor’, and becoming agile in a digital world, report the experts convening ahead of POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa conference and expo.
Pan-African and international power sector experts who met in Johannesburg last week to assess papers for the upcoming POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa 2018 report that key
08 Feb 2018
State of the SA energy sector It all comes down to economic growth
With news of the first negative emissions power plant in Iceland going viral, the road ahead for the South African energy sector isn’t looking quite so healthy. South
16 Nov 2017
Jasco head office reduces carbon footprint Jasco Head Office reduces carbon footprint by 50% with solar energy solution
  In early-2015 Jasco, a company that delivers end-to-end best-of-breed solutions across the entire ICT, Power, Enterprise and Security value chains, realised the opportunity
15 Nov 2017 - G. S.
Starting the journey towards energy efficiency According to the International Energy Agency, many companies are using up to 100% more energy than they would if they were best practice, energy efficient business. Is yours one of them?
After the power crisis of 2007 and 2008—and the steep rises in electricity costs that followed—South African industrial groups moved fast to reduce their energy
02 Nov 2017 - F. B.
Energy future on a knife-edge In 2015, Eskom was load shedding its customers. Eskom didn’t have enough electricity, so instead of allowing a grid meltdown, where the whole grid went down, Eskom did something they called “load shedding.” This means that for between two and four hours at a time, Eskom switched off parts of the national electricity grid, thus saving themselves major problems. They kept their power stations running as best they could and they simply switched off their clients.
The problems were caused by electricity growth exceeding supply of new power stations; by failures in the system; and by bad long term implementation plans. this being switched
30 Oct 2017 - D. L. / E. E.


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