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Loadshedding: why mini grids are the answer and why South Africa doesn’t have them (yet) “Whole communities and towns can become 100% energy independent”
“Mini grids could very quickly sort out a lot of the biggest challenges that South Africa is having with its energy supply at the moment” says Dr Sam Duby, Africa
08 Apr 2019
Cummins launches THE POWER HUB, its state-of-the-art premises at Waterfall in Midrand New premises herald vote of confidence in the Southern Africa region as company celebrates 100 years in business
Cummins, a global power leader and corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions, is proud to
28 Mar 2019
Effects of combustion The environmental effects of combustion
Combustion can be simply explained as a controlled explosion created for a specific use. However, like any other explosion, it can be hazardous if not properly monitored. The
20 Mar 2019
A renewed drive in the bioenergy industry Biofuels have the potential to extend and diversify South Africa’s energy supply, thus reducing the dependence on imported fuels and pollution levels
Several developed and developing countries have adopted mandatory biofuel policies and set biofuels targets to enhance energy security and contribute to climate change mitigation
19 Mar 2019
Eskom’s seven deadly integrity sins Has the lesson been learnt?
Eskom has yet again surged into the headlines and hyped the national angst with renewed load shedding, unbundling and the new business model happening at the same time. This calls
19 Mar 2019
Global Oil & Appsolve Hit 100 Not Out Global Oil & Appsolve Hit 100 Not Out
Global Oil, a fuel group operating in the South African petrochemical industry, is expanding its business at a phenomenal rate. With filling stations and convenience outlets
14 Mar 2019
A leader in the mining industry Palabora Mining Company (PMC) is one of Limpopo Province’s most significant investors and has been mining, concentrating, smelting and refining copper and other by-products in the eastern part of Limpopo Province since 1956
Two feasibility studies in 2013 and 2014 underpinned the decision to extend the life-of-mine for a further two decades. PMC’s investment into mining infrastructure brings
12 Mar 2019
Renewable energy is the means to a future-focused industry South Africa has developed what is arguably one of the most successful IPP-driven renewable energy programmes globally.
Despite being critiqued for its heavy reliance on coal-fired power in the past, South Africa has developed what is arguably one of the most successful IPP-driven renewable energy
05 Mar 2019
Natural Gas Fuelling the Future
Natural gas is a colourless and odourless fuel source that is formed deep beneath the earth's surface, it contains many different compounds, primarily methane. Although considered
28 Feb 2019
Focus on sustainability Focus on sustainability offers fresh investment prospects in the mining sector
A sharper focus on sustainability at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town a few weeks ago has started to translate into a different way of looking at
28 Feb 2019




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