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Energy focus South Africa is the best place to invest in energy infrastructure
Investing in Africa should have great appeal despite the many risks and challenges involved. This is according to Cornelis van der Walt, who leads a team of research analysts at Frost & Sullivan
05 Apr 2013
Boom in coal industry Mozambique's infrastructure will experience growth in the coming years
According to the expected growth in coal mining in Mozambique, energy and transport infrastructure is set to expand over the next decade.
25 Jan 2013 - S. J.
Powerhouse performers Frost and Sullivan awarded nine companies for their precedent-setting, best-in-class practices
Africa’s top industry performers were honoured at Frost & Sullivan’s annual Best Practices Awards Banquet held in Cape Town late November last year.
10 Jan 2013 - S. J.
Questioning renewable energy's possibilities Is there a place for localisation and job creation requirements?
Recently, three government agencies from the United States came together to bring to life a Clean Energy Development and Finance Centre (CEDFC) in Johannesburg, South Africa
07 Jan 2013 - J. M. / T. V. L. V. T.
Following Mega Trends The annual Growth Innovation and Leadership Summit hosted by Frost and Sullivan: A report
At its annual Growth Innovation and Leadership conference, Frost & Sullivan helped to steer industries and companies into the future – focusing on growth, innovation and leadership
02 Jan 2013 - G. B.
Where are we headed? Frost & Sullivan’s power systems leader, Johan Muller muses about power supply versus power demand in South Africa
The South African energy landscape is currently see-sawing between having just enough power to keep the lights on and instances where the lights go off during peak demand scenarios.
28 Dec 2012
Peninsula Drums achieve excellence Frost and Sullivan lauds company for achieving excellence in product differentiation
Peninsula Drums pioneers local production of conical drums, thereby distinguishing it from its competition.
13 Dec 2012 - S. J.
Weighing costs of alternative grid connections Uncertain energy security drives exploration of alternative energy technologies
South Africa is currently caught in the middle of an energy balancing act, where reserve margins are low, compared to the global recommended level of 15%.
12 Dec 2012 - S. J.
A widening gap The demand supply gap opens for IPPs in West Africa
The rapid economic growth of countries in the West African regions like Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Senegal, is triggering greater energy demand
07 Dec 2012 - S. J.
The Eurobond effect Zambia will require billions to meet infrastructure deficit
Zambia, like many African countries, lacks proper infrastructure – but with a Eurobond, it can now use the finance for infrastructure development
05 Dec 2012 - F. A. S. / M. R. A. / Y. K.




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