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Energy 2030: Wind energy steps up to the plate With over fifteen years as a senior practitioner in the Southern African Development, Education and Energy policy sectors, Brenda Martin is the perfect leader to bring her expertise as CEO of the South African Wind Energy Association discusses renewable energy
Selected for the position in October last year, she explains that it has been quite exciting taking on such a dynamic industry. “I often find that from Monday to Friday,
30 Oct 2017 - S. M.
Gone with the wind Brenda Martin, CEO of the South African Wind Energy Association discusses renewable energy
With over fifteen years as a senior practitioner in the Southern African Development, Education and Energy policy sectors, Brenda Martin is the perfect leader to bring her
02 Oct 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
Sustainability The lure of greentech
At a time when all South Africans need to ensure that the rise of unemployment is kerbed in a bid to boost the economy, there is growing consensus on the need to harness the green
05 Jul 2017
NEMLA 2017 Proposed amendments to the section 28 duty of care under NEMA
Focusing on the Bill's proposed changes to section 28 of NEMA, regulating the duty of care and remediation of environmental damage. The section 28 duty of care under NEMA The
06 Jun 2017
Smarter cities are safer cities As technology evolves at exponential pace, and increasing numbers of individuals live in urban areas, the concept of Smart Cities is gaining momentum.
Smart Cities rely on massive volumes of data being gathered by sensor-based technology and fed into intelligent networks. If developed cohesively, these networks can integrate
26 Jan 2017
Renewable Energy Projects Legal challenges in setting up Renewable Energy Projects
The REIPPP is well regulated and various South African policies and laws make up the legal framework within which the REIPPP operates. It is perhaps, partially at least,
10 Oct 2016 - C. M.
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
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
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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